Episode 33: State Regulatory Structures Report

The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), the Council for State Governments (CSG), and the National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) partnered with CLEAR on a comprehensive resource covering regulatory structures in use in the United States. The State Regulatory Structures report is informed by a survey conducted by CLEAR asking respondents to indicate which of five regulatory model(s) best represented their current regulatory organization. Results from 46 jurisdictions have been documented based on several different factors, including number of models in place within the jurisdiction, responsibility for decision-making authority, and responsibility for operational functions. In this podcast episode, Suzanne Hultin and Iris Hentze with NCSL talk about the larger Occupational Licensing Consortium Project and the impetus for the regulatory structures report. Stephanie Thompson with CLEAR shares some highlights of data from the report.  And Cory Everett, regulatory consultant, provides context on how the report fits into the overall regulatory landscape in the US and what policymakers can take away from the report.

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