<[ Text of section added by 2018, 69, Sec. 8 effective July 12, 2018. See 2018, 69, Sec. 232.]>
State and political subdivision licensing authorities shall provide in the licensing
requirements for a professional license a list of the specific criminal convictions
that are directly related to the duties and responsibilities for the licensed occupation
that may disqualify an applicant from eligibility for a license. For the purposes of this section, “licensing authority” shall include an agency, examining board, credentialing board, or other office or
commission with the authority to impose occupational fees or licensing requirements
on a profession.
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