HB 15: Deregulation of Professions and Occupations
GENERAL BILL by Beshears ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Ahern ; Fischer ; Grant, J. ; Raburn ; Spano
Deregulation of Professions and Occupations; Removes regulations on specified DBPR professions, including labor organizations, hair braiders, hair wrappers & body wrappers, & boxing timekeepers & announcers; revises certain requirements for barbers, nail specialists, business organizations that provide architecture services and interior design, landscape architects, & geologists.
Last Action: 3/10/2018 Senate - Died in Regulated Industries
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Commerce Committee -HJ 14
• On Committee agenda-- Commerce Committee, 10/10/17, 9:30 am, Webster Hall
• Favorable by- Commerce Committee; YEAS 15 NAYS 7 -HJ 250
• Placed on Calendar -HJ 250
• Placed on Special Order Calendar, 01/11/18
• Introduced -HJ 13
• Read 2nd time -HJ 302
• Placed on 3rd reading
• Read 3rd time -HJ 335, 336
• Passed; YEAS 74 NAYS 28 -HJ 336
• In Messages
• Referred to Regulated Industries; Commerce and Tourism; Appropriations; Rules -SJ 249
• Received -SJ 249
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Regulated Industries
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