Red Tape Reduction Working Group - March 2019

March 12, 2019
11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
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Holiday Inn Conference Center
3201 Bankhead Dr
Little Rock, AR 72206
http://www.hilittlerockairport.com
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In February of 2018, Gov. Asa Hutchinson appointed a working group to study the state’s occupational licensing requirements with a goal of identifying any regulations that may be an unnecessary barrier to those who want to enter a trade. Over the last year, the Red Tape Reduction Working Group has examined occupations and trades that require a license and identified the occupations the state could eliminate from licensing requirements without compromising the safety of consumers.

Rep. Bruce Cozart, co-chair of the group, will review and discuss the group's findings and recommendations, and the resulting legislation.

ASAE's policy is that anyone that RSVPs and does not attend the meeting will be billed.

Rep. Bruce Cozart, of Hot Springs, is serving his fourth term in the Arkansas House of Representatives. He represents District 24, which includes a portion of Garland County.

For the 92nd General Assembly, Rep. Cozart serves as chairperson of the House Education Committee. He also serves on the Arkansas Legislative Council and the House State Agencies & Governmental Affairs Committee. He also serves on the House Agriculture, Forestry, and Economic Development Committee, and Arkansas Legislative Council.

Rep. Cozart owns Bruce Cozart Construction, Inc., where he is a general contractor for commercial and residential buildings. He is a graduate of Lake Hamilton High School, and he is a former member of the Lake Hamilton School Board, where he served as president. Rep. Cozart has been involved with several civic and youth organizations in his district, including Habitat for Humanity. He was elected president of the Arkansas Home Builders Association and was a past president of the Hot Springs Home Builders Association.

He is a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Hot Springs. He enjoys fishing, hunting, and riding motorcycles. He and his wife, Deborah, have two grown sons.

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