Mr. Bonds is clearly a qualified barber, as shown by one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL trusting him with his hair, so why should he possibly even face criminal penalties for cutting hair in another state?
Utahns and local businesses across the state are still struggling to find the workers necessary to help run their businesses or provide necessary services — and the government is partly to blame.
A Utah State University study estimated that occupational licensing in the United States is responsible for 2.8 million fewer jobs and costs to consumers exceeding $20 billion annually.
This bill would reduce barriers to obtaining an occupational license for those coming to Utah internationally or from other states.
This bill will create a review board for current and proposed occupational licensure regulations.