- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Governor cites alleged cost to business in vetoing new licensing bill
- Licensing scheme for ship pilots, alleged to be monopolistic, is upheld
- Third-party licensee has no standing to challenge granting of license to another
- Board erred by denying hearing to applicant who pled constitutional issues
- Requirement that animal chiropractor be supervised by veterinarian upheld
The status of 11 licensing boards in Ohio is under threat following the submission of a bill that looks to dramatically downsize licensing in the state. Republican Senator Bill Seitz submitted the bill in response to concerns raised by a Supreme Court ruling last year that found that many of the existing boards are dominated by members of the industry they regulate. This leaves the boards open to challenges that they are concerned more with profits than the public interest. If the bill passes, licensing of . . .
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