- With sweeping new law, Arizona aims to reset national standards for license portability
- Licensee cannot “contract out” of duties required by state licensing law, court rules
- State can deny license for licensee’s failure to report own daughter’s abuse
- Court reverses denial of license for applicant’s lack of remorse for drug crimes
- Panel not required to prove that applicant intentionally lied about felony conviction
Governor John Carney of Delaware has approved House Bill 97, which removes roadblocks for those individuals with a criminal history who are applying for an aesthetician’s license. The bill allows the Delaware Board of Cosmetology and Barbering to grant waivers for certain felony convictions if up to three years have elapsed since their sentence. The previous waiting period was five years.
Full story in Delaware Business Now.