Model Policies

  • Alternative Teacher Credentialing Act Draft

    SECTION 1: Definitions A) “Alternative teacher certification program” means a teacher certification program that is not provided by a public or private institution of higher education and has been approved by the [insert state] Department of Education.   SECTION 2: Alternative Teacher Credentialing A) The [insert state] Department of Education…

  • Niche-Beauty Services Opportunity Act Final

    100:1 Definitions: (a) As used in this act: 1. “Blow-dry styling” means the practice of shampooing, conditioning, drying, arranging, curling, straightening or styling hair using only mechanical devises, hair sprays and topical agents, such as balms, oils and serums. It includes the use and styling of hair extensions,…

  • Associate Physician Act Final

    Section 1: Associate Physicians; Licensure; Applications; Rules; Definitions A. An Associate Physician may practice as an Associate Physician as follows: (1) By providing only primary care services and only in medically underserved rural or urban areas of this state; and (2) Under the terms of an Associate…

  • Ordinance Establishing Mobile Food Vendors Final

    ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING MOBILE FOOD VENDORS: WHEREAS, mobile food vending is a popular and diverse part of local economies across the United States; WHEREAS, [XXX Municipality] desires to support economic development, foster opportunities for small businesses and encourage mobile food vending; WHEREAS, [XXX Municipality] seeks to increase consumer access to desired…

  • Resolution on the Misapplication of Employee Classification Laws

    WHEREAS, franchising contributes $1.6 trillion to the United States economy through 733,000 franchise businesses; and WHEREAS, franchise businesses employ over 13 million workers; and WHEREAS, franchising has been a major source of economic expansion in the United States, particularly in the retail trade and services sectors, providing entrepreneurs with a…

  • Mobile Food Vendor Freedom Act Final

    Section 1. Short Title. This Act shall be known as the “Mobile Food Vendor Freedom Act.” Section 2. Purposes. The Act’s purposes are to: legalize mobile food vending across the state; promote agriculture and expand economic development; foster opportunities for small businesses and stimulate innovation; increase consumer access to desired…

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Task Forces

Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development

Members of the Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force believe that economic freedom is the cornerstone of prosperity. The…