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A liberalization of licensing laws to ease access to lower-income jobs could be on California's plate following the October release of a major study, Jobs for Californians: Strategies to Ease Occupational Licensing Barriers, which argues that the state needs a holistic, well-reasoned strategy for regulating occupations.
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