HB 87: Criminal History in Professional Licensing Applications
GENERAL BILL by Chambliss ; Plakon ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Benjamin ; Eskamani ; Gottlieb ; Hart ; Tant
Criminal History in Professional Licensing Applications; Revises period of time when conviction, or any other adjudication, for crime may not be grounds for denial of licensure in specified professions; provides exception; removes provision requiring good moral character for licensure in such professions; requires applicable board to approve certain educational program credits offered to inmates in certain institutions or facilities for purposes of satisfying training requirements for licensure in specified professions.
Last Action: 1/11/2022 House - 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Regulatory Reform Subcommittee
• Referred to Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
• Referred to Commerce Committee
• Now in Regulatory Reform Subcommittee
• Added to Regulatory Reform Subcommittee agenda
• Favorable by Regulatory Reform Subcommittee
• Reported out of Regulatory Reform Subcommittee
• Now in Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
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