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Senate Bill 0333

Senate Bill 0333

ARCHIVE (2006)

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DIGEST OF SB 333 (Updated March 14, 2006 6:14 pm - DI 77)

Professional licensing and health. Requires a person who has failed the veterinarian examination three times to take remedial education before being allowed to retake the examination. Requires a provider who provides a patient with a contact lens prescription to comply with federal law. Establishes certain continuing education requirements that apply to all professions for which continuing education is required. Requires certain licensed professionals to provide the professional licensing agency (agency) or the state department of health with their Social Security numbers. Allows the agency or the state department of health to release Social Security numbers to testing services and state boards and professional organizations. Amends the definition of "school psychology" to include certain referrals to speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and occupational therapists. Requires the medical licensing board to establish a seven year pilot program for the training of graduates of international medical schools that have not been approved by the board. Establishes uniform professional license reinstatement requirements. Requires barbering and cosmetology schools to administer the practical examination. Removes barber health certificate requirements. Amends the definition of "cosmetology" to include certain acts performed on a person's torso. Allows the medical licensing board to establish conditions for the reactivation of a physician's license. Allows the agency to set a uniform renewal date for licensed manufactured home installers. Transfers the duties of the optometric legend drug prescription advisory committee to the optometry board. Removes the private detective licensure exemption for certain law enforcement officers. Establishes a limited scope temporary psychology permit. Requires a person who passes the real estate salesperson examination or broker examination to apply for a license within one year. Allows the issuance of a renewal license to certain speech-language pathologists who are not currently licensed. Repeals: provisions concerning license reinstatement, temporary barber and cosmetology licenses, master cosmetologist licenses, shampoo operator licenses, and cosmetology continuing education; an expired provision concerning hearing aid dealers; and nonconforming continuing education provisions. Makes technical and conforming amendments.
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