SB 645 Modifies laws relating to the number of professional boards that an executive director can serve on and who can request licensee information
Sponsor: LeVota
LR Number: 4374S.02I Fiscal Note not available
Committee: Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections
Last Action: 1/23/2014 - Second Read and Referred S Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections Committee Journal Page: S142
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Effective Date: August 28, 2014

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SB 645 - Currently, certain information pertaining to a licensee or applicant under the Division of Professional Registration is treated as confidential and only disclosed with the person's consent, pursuant to litigation or other lawful requests. This act allows the disclosure of applicant or licensee information when requested by members of the General Assembly or their employees.

This act provides that an executive director of a board or commission under the Division of Professional Registration can only serve in this capacity on one board or commission, except that a person may serve as an executive director of a combination of boards or commissions when the total number of licensees under the authority of the various boards is two-thousand licensees or less. An executive director may serve on multiple boards if serving a different board personnel function.

JESSICA BAKER