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That executive order made provisions to exempt some agencies deemed critical to the health and safety of Californians, but did not exempt regulatory agencies that are self-supporting, such as the CBA, California Medical Board or Contractors Licensing Board.
He was appointed by Governor Underwood to the Contractors Licensing Board, and is a board member of the Rock Branch Community Bank.
Schweitzer also was being investigated by the state Contractors Licensing Board.
He wouldn't identify him to Whispers, but he has filed a complaint with the Arkansas Contractors Licensing Board and notified the state Attorney General's Office.
McNulty is serving his 20th year on the Contractors Licensing Board and 15th as a construction arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.
Jim Nickels' HB 1013 would have authorized the state Contractors Licensing Board to police the practice of hiring illegal workers, empowering the board to revoke or suspend the licenses of contractors found to have knowingly done so.
Jim Nickels, D -Sherwood, passed his HB1013 that would require the state Contractors Licensing Board to suspend or revoke the licenses of contractors who knowingly hire workers not authorized to work in the U.
In other business-related developments at the General Assembly, a bill to require the Contractors Licensing Board to impose fines on contractors that knowingly hire illegal workers was tabled in Senate committee.