K.A.R. 69-11-2. Expiration dates for practitioner licenses.
(a) Each individual cosmetologist license, esthetician license, electrologist license, and manicurist license , with the exception of the senior cosmetology license, shall expire on two years from the last day of the licensee’s birth month in : which the license was issued. (Authorized by K.S.A. 2012 Supp. 65-1904 and K.S.A. 74-2702a; implementing K.S.A. 2012 Supp. 65-1904
(1) Even years for licensees with even numbered birth year; or
(2) odd years for licensees with an odd numbered birth year.
(b) A senior cosmetology license shall expire on the last day of the licensee’s birth month, three years after the license has been issued
, as amended by L. 1995, Ch. 248, Sec. 1; effective, T-83-21, July 21, 1982; effective May 1, 1983; amended March 22, 1996; amended P-______________.)
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Economic Impact Statement for K.A.R. 69-11-2
I. Summary of Proposed Regulation, Including Its Purpose.
K.A.R. 69-11-2, as amended, allows individual cosmetology, esthetics, nail technology and electrology licenses to expire two years from the last day of the month of issuance. The purpose of amending this regulation is to allow issuance of an individual cosmetology, esthetics, nail technology, or electrology license in any month, and expiration of that license two full years from the date of its issuance.
II. Reason(s) the Proposed Regulation is Required, Including Whether or Not the Regulation is Mandated by Federal Law.
This regulation is being amended to align the regulations with the current policy and activities of the Board regarding the issuance and expiration of licenses. Additionally, amendment is necessary to provide greater uniformity among the Board’s governed professions regarding licensure. This regulation is not mandated by federal law, and, therefore, the regulation does not exceed the requirements of federal law.
III. Anticipated Economic Impact upon the Kansas Board of Cosmetology.
The Board does not anticipate any economic impact on its own revenue or expenditures.
IV. Anticipated Economic Impact upon Other Governmental Agencies.
The Board does not anticipate economic impact on other governmental agencies.
V. Anticipated Economic Impact upon Private Businesses, Individuals, and Consumers.
The Board does not anticipate economic impact on any private businesses, individuals, or consumers since this is the current practice of the Board.
VI. Less Costly or Intrusive Methods That Were Considered and/or Reason for Rejection.
The Board does not find any less costly or intrusive methods.