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What is a General Licensing Non-Discrimination law?
General licensing non-discrimination laws prevent professional licensing boards from denying applicants with certain criminal records from licensure. In 2013, North Carolina enacted these non-discrimination laws. The scope of the laws were very limited. The laws did not extend to state agencies and did not allow for an appeal if an applicant was denied. In September of 2019, things have changed again for potential licensees. The following paragraph addresses these changes.
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This information applies to All Counties in North Carolina.