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Senate 2598: Relating to Regulation of Professions [CPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2598    GENERAL BILL by Gaetz  (Compare CS/H 1413)
Regulation of Professions [CPSC]; Authorizes a board or commission, or
the department if no such board or commission exists for a profession,
to require the completion of certain continuing education requirements
by inactive licensees seeking to regain active status. Increases the
quadrennial fees for renewal of eligibility to provide certain
continuing education courses. Authorizes certain persons to take the
examination for licensure as a cosmetologist, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon
becoming law.
03/02/09 SENATE Filed
03/12/09 SENATE Referred to Regulated Industries; General Government
                  Appropriations -SJ 00205
03/19/09 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00205
05/02/09 SENATE Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died
                  in Committee on Regulated Industries


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S 2598 03/02/2009 Web Page | PDF

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Citations - Statute


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Citations - Constitution




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