SB 1548 (2022) -  Occupational Licensing

by Perry (CO-SPONSORS) Rodrigues
Prohibiting boards within the Division of Certified Public Accounting, the Division of Professions, or the Division of Real Estate of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation from inquiring into or considering a license applicant’s criminal history until after the board determines the applicant is otherwise qualified for a license; prohibiting such boards from denying an applicant’s license application due to the applicant’s criminal history unless the applicant was convicted of a felony that directly relates to the profession; requiring such boards to provide specified notification to applicants who are determined to be ineligible for licensure because of a felony conviction, etc.
Effective Date: 07/01/2022
Last Event: 03/14/22 S Died in Regulated Industries on Monday, March 14, 2022 1:02 PM

Referred Committees and Committee Actions

Senate Referrals

  • Regulated Industries
  • Criminal Justice
  • Rules

Related Bills

Staff Analysis

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Vote History

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Bill History

Event Time Member Committee Ver.
Event: S Died in Regulated Industries Time: 03/14/2022 - 1:02 PM Member: Committee: Regulated Industries Version: __
Event: S Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration Time: 03/12/2022 - 12:00 AM Member: Committee: Version: __
Event: S Introduced -SJ 134 Time: 01/18/2022 - 4:22 PM Member: Committee: Version: __
Event: S Referred to Regulated Industries; Criminal Justice; Rules -SJ 134 Time: 01/12/2022 - 11:32 AM Member: Committee: Regulated Industries Version: __
Event: S Filed Time: 01/05/2022 - 3:26 PM Member: Committee: Version: __

Statutes Referenced by this Bill

Statute Other Bill Citations
455.213 CS/HB 87, SB 1118, CS/CS/HB 1259*, CS/CS/SB 1302*

(*) Not the latest version