A little more freedom for Floridians?
(From an email from Julio Gonzalez, house district 74)
Last week, the Commerce Committee met for the first time and passed a bill seeking to deregulate certain professions. The goal of the bill is to provide more job opportunities for Floridians while protecting their health and safety.
The bill allows certain professionals to practice their chosen profession without obtaining licensure from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, reduces the hours of training required to obtain certain licenses, and eliminates the requirement that certain professionals obtain a separate license and pay additional fees for their businesses.
There are numerous professions effected by the bill, including: hair braiders; hair wrappers; body wrappers; boxing announcers; boxing timekeepers; labor organizations; barbers; restricted barbers; nail specialists; facial specialists; full specialists; nail polishers; and makeup applicators. In addition, the following licensed professionals will no longer have to pay an additional fee to obtain a separate license for their businesses: architects; landscape architects; geologists; interior designers; asbestos abatement consultants; and yacht and ship brokers (branch offices only)
Another proposal would eliminate restrictions on vacation rentals:
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