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- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Minority candidates hit harder by architect licensing exam costs, study finds
- Class certification denied for patients suing over licensing of foreign doctor
- Failure to warn of potential license revocation not sufficient basis for ineffective-assistance-of-counsel claim
- Doctor entitled to full hearing on his discrimination charge over order that he enter alcohol abuse treatment program
- Discipline is reinstated after appellant failed to properly challenge evidence
Aided by a $422,000 three year grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to reduce excessive occupational licensing requirements, the Pennsylvania Department of State is conducting a study of the effects of occupational licensure on the immigrant, refugee, and asylee communities.
The core of the study is the New Pennsylvanians Occupational Licensure Survey of new state residents to better understand their experience in gaining professional licensure in Pennsylvania.
The survey, scheduled for completion in July 2021, asks participants about their experiences and . . .
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