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New Mexico moves to streamline licensure: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsFebruary 22, 2022
New Mexico moves to streamline licensure: weekly r...

Washington reports further vulnerabilities after a cyberattack, New Mexico moves to ease professional licensing restrictions, Kansas threaders see licensing barriers removed, and more in our Week in Brief.

Washington cyber-incident threatens data security: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsFebruary 14, 2022
Washington cyber-incident threatens data security:...

Cybersecurity, licensing reform, and staff shortages dominate headlines in this week’s look at regulatory news.

Utah woman pleads guilty to practicing medicine without license: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsFebruary 7, 2022
Utah woman pleads guilty to practicing medicine wi...

Georgia works to address gaps in its criminal record database, New York street vendors march for expanded licensure, and more in our weekly roundup of regulatory news.

Quebec shuts down government websites over cyber-security threat: weekly regulatory news Regulatory NewsDecember 20, 2021
Quebec shuts down government websites over cyber-s...

Quebec shuts down nearly 4,000 websites over a newly discovered exploit, Michigan and Wisconsin push to relax licensure requirements, and more in this week’s look at regulatory news.