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Reform would give military spouses more job options
“Military spouses shouldn’t have to constantly jump through duplicative hoops just to be allowed to work,” said Shoshana Weissmann, a resident fellow at R Street, a Washington, D.C.-based free-market public policy institute.
Officials with R Street say they have been fighting for occupational licensing reform at the state and federal level for several years.
“Helping to clear these burdens for families who serve our country in a narrow way like this, while allowing states to lead on broader reforms, is just the right approach,” Ms. Weissmann said.