|Committee: Healthcare||Sponsor: Coleman-Madison|
|Analyst: Bryan Young||Date: 03/10/2021|
Senate Bill 269 as introduced would reduce receipts to the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering by an undetermined amount dependent on the number of individuals no longer licensed by the board and paying the $100 biennial fee. This bill would correspondingly decrease the administrative obligations of the Board by no longer licensing and regulating the practice of braiding.
Also, this bill would increase the administrative obligations of the Alabama Department of Public Health by an undetermined amount dependent upon the number of individuals registering to provide hair braiding services for compensation and the costs to provide a brochure containing certain information relating to hair braiding. The increase in the administrative obligations of the Department would be offset, wholly or in part, by the registration fee set by the Department, in an amount not to exceed $25.
|Jim McClendon, Chairperson|