Under existing law, occupational licensing boards are required to adopt rules to provide for licensure or certification of spouses of military personnel if the applicant possesses a license or certificate from another state that is substantially equivalent to Alabama's licensure requirements
This bill would revise the date by which rules must be adopted, would extend the timeframe for which a temporary permit to practice is effective for a military spouse, and would no longer exempt certain health occupational licensing boards from the provisions of this act
Relating to military spouses; to amend Section 31-1-6, Code of Alabama 1975, to revise requirements for occupational licensing boards to adopt rules that provide for reciprocal occupational licenses for military spouses under certain circumstances, and to no longer exempt certain health occupational licensing boards from these requirements.
|January 13, 2022||S||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Veterans and Military Affairs|
|Bill Text||SB80 Alabama 2022 Session - Introduced|