Reporter Austin Hill speaks with 99.1 KINF about occupational licensing for massage therapists


A government watchdog group says Idaho's public pension retirement system needs $3.5 billion to fully cover obligations.

Reporter with Austin Hill spoke with 99.1 KINF about occupational licensing as it relates to message therapists.

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  1. JACK STUART

    The main incentive for occupational licensing is the reduction of competition. Those who are in the trade want to keep out new competitors. Licensing is opposed to the free market. The free market will get rid of bad actors.

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