This bill makes sure workers can get an occupational license in Utah if moving from a state that did not require a license.
This bill creates an exemption from occupational licensure for "blow dry bars" or similar services that only wash, dry, and style hair.
It's critical that Utah lawmakers remove barriers to entry for workers. Here's why…
This bill loosens licensure portability requirements, making it easier for people newly residing in Utah to get a license to work in their profession.
This bill reduces licensure requirements for court reporters, hunting guides, and those who manufacture or repair bedding, upholstered furniture, quilted clothing, or filling material.
Here are a few positive new laws that go into effect today in Utah.
The Legislature passed a number of great bills to help more Utahns access occupational licenses.
This bill creates an alternative pathway to licensure by allowing a person to demonstrate their competency in their chosen occupation instead of sitting through a required number of hours of school.
This bill reduces regulatory barriers that stand in the way between licensed therapists and those who need their services.
This constitutional amendment would protect each individual's right to work, helping ensure that occupational licensure laws are narrowly tailored and tied only to public health and safety.