CS/SB 334: Professional Regulation
GENERAL BILL by Innovation, Industry, and Technology ; Brandes
Professional Regulation; Requiring certain boards and entities within the Divisions of Certified Public Accounting, Professions, or Real Estate of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation to use a specified process for the review of an applicant’s criminal record to determine the applicant’s eligibility for certain licenses; prohibiting the conviction, plea, adjudication, or sentencing of a crime before a specified date from being used as grounds for the denial of certain licenses, etc.
Last Action: 3/14/2019 Senate - CS by Innovation, Industry, and Technology read 1st time -SJ 240
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Innovation, Industry, and Technology; Commerce and Tourism; Appropriations; Rules -SJ 56
• Introduced -SJ 56
• On Committee agenda-- Innovation, Industry, and Technology, 03/12/19, 1:30 pm, 110 Senate Building
• CS by Innovation, Industry, and Technology; YEAS 9 NAYS 0 -SJ 195
• Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee Substitute)
• Now in Commerce and Tourism
• CS by Innovation, Industry, and Technology read 1st time -SJ 240
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