Freedom Hall in The Louie, 123 W. Allegan St., 6th Floor, Lansing MI, 48933
|August 24, 2021|
|6:30 PM - 8:30 PM|
Freedom Hall in The Louie
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From house painters to hair stylists, dentists, and electricians, the state requires Michiganders to obtain an occupational license before they can perform roughly 160 different jobs.
Some occupational license requirements help ensure public health and safety, but many are unneccessary regulatory hoops that cost the state more than 100,000 jobs and make it harder for entrepreneurs to start new businesses.
Join Americans for Prosperity - Michigan, The Mackinac Center for Public Policy, and Black Wall Street of Lansing for an educational session on:
- What occupational licensing is and how it impacts our communities
- Michigan's current occupational licensing requirements
- Tips on navigating licensing bureaucracy for your career and business
- Legislative proposals that will help remove barriers to licensing for people like you
- And more!
Dinner included, space limited. RSVP here to join.
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