The Senate Study Committee on Occupational Licensing wrapped up its deep dive into occupational licensing in the state late last week and approved a series of recommendations aimed at “fostering a dynamic and responsive regulatory environment.” The recommendations are designed to enhance efficiency, promote economic growth, and ensure public safety, according to the report.

“These recommendations represent a crucial step towards a more adaptive and effective regulatory framework for Georgia’s workforce,” said state Sen. Larry Walker III, R-Perry, who served as Chairman of the committee. “I am proud of the collaborative effort put forth by this committee to address the needs of our state.” 

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