Alabama Policy Institute senior fellow J. Pepper Bryars discussed the occupational licensing regime of Alabama on the most recent episode of the 1819 podcast.

Bryars had a candid conversation with Professor Morris Kleiner, the nation’s foremost expert on occupational licensing, on why and how the practice of governmental licensing of certain professions must be reformed.

Listen to the episode here:

https://www.podbean.com/eu/pb-jswxy-bdf5fd


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