Questions a Legislator Should Ask: A foundation for regulatory understanding - CLEAR podcast and 2-part webinar series

  • 18 Nov 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Via Webinar, 2 sessions: November 18 and December 8 at 1:00-2:00 PM EST

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This series starts with a podcast episode released October 12 - listen anytime at your convenience.


The 2-part webinar series takes place on November 18 for part 1 and on December 8 for Part 2.  If you cannot attend both sessions, we will send you the recording for the session you missed.


As can be inferred from the title, the Questions a Legislator Should Ask series is designed to provide important questions to be asked, as well as background information, to assist policymakers in their deliberation of proposed new professional regulation as well as revisions to current statutes. Although not all of the questions may be applicable in all situations, the ones included will help guide legislators towards achieving the desired goal of creating legislation that protects the public from unscrupulous practitioners.


This series of online conversations, as well as the book on which it is based (order here), can also be of value to legislative staff and regulators who may need to provide information to stakeholders. The background information will serve as a basis for understanding the benefits and liabilities of regulation. All professional regulation should focus on how the public’s health, safety, and welfare can be achieved. While the regulation may also benefit the profession being regulated, the primary purpose must be public protection.


In this series, we will

  • Explain the purposes of statutes, rules/regulations, policies/guidelines
  • Outline the roles of and relationships among legislators, boards, division/departments
  • Provide questions to help identify and clarify the problem
  • Provide considerations for choosing the right tool for the job
  • Share tips for engaging the Executive branch, stakeholders, and public in implementation and beyond

Speakers:

Kara Schmitt, Questions a Legislator Should Ask author

Sara Chambers, Director, AK Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing

Micah Matthews, Deputy Executive Director, Washington Medical Commission

Ronne Hines, Director, Division of Professions and Occupations, Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies
Alice M. Henley, General Counsel, Alabama Board of Nursing


Offerings are presented through web-based PowerPoint and audio. Attendees receive a copy of the PowerPoint presentation after the webinar.

With your registration fee, you may have up to 5 attendees logging in from separate computers. When registering, please add guests (at no additional charge), and all registered attendees will receive the email with login instructions. Please make sure to include your guests in the registration; do not forward the webinar login link to others.

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