Russ Harding, the Center’s senior environmental policy analyst, has been appointed to the Occupational Licensing Advisory Rules Committee by the state’s Office of Regulatory Reinvention, according to the Midland Daily News.

The committee will help the ORR identify “duplicative, obsolete, unnecessary or unduly restrictive occupational licensing rules,” among the 91 occupations the state regulates, the Daily News reported.

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