Ohio institutes universal license recognition
A new law signed by Ohio's governor will allow Ohio's licensing agencies to recognize licenses from all other states. Applicants will have to have held a valid out-of-state license in good standing for at least one year without any open complaints or pending discipline against the license. Ohio is the 19th state to adopt universal licensing.
For more information on universal licensing, listen to CLEAR's podcast Episode 52: CSG Survey of Universal Licensing Recognition Laws