Michigan to consider legislation recommending deregulation of dietitians and nutritionists, auctioneers and interior designers

16 Oct 2013 7:24 AM | Adam Parfitt (Administrator)
Bills to eliminate the licensure of a range of professions have been introduced in Michigan's legislature: House Bill 4688 would repeal the licensure of dietitians and nutritionists; House Bill 4378 and Senate Bill 479 would repeal the state registry of interior designers; House Bill 4681 would abolish the Board of Auctioneers and remove the requirement that auctioneers register with the state; House Bill 4377 would repeal the registration requirement for professional community planners. Meanwhile, House Bill 4641 would "prohibit the state or local governments from imposing a form of occupational licensure, registration, certification, bond-posting, inspection mandate or other restriction on an individual seeking to perform a lawful occupation, if it is more restrictive than required for public health and safety. Instead, governments would be allowed only to impose the “least restrictive” burden required for public health and safety. Individuals would have a right to sue if an occupational regulation excessively burdens their right to earn a living in a lawful occupation."
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