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Bill Proposed To “Reduce Bureaucracy” In Security Companies, Sidelining DOCL

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ROCKFORD HILLS (WZL) — The Progress Party’s Jordan Malone has introduced H.R. 146 (now referenced as 145), which amends the Private Security and Investigative Services Act to remove requirements to provide a complete employee registration list to the Department of Commerce and Labor (DoCL) upon request. The amendment bill also clarifies a few features of Agent licenses being dispensed by the private companies.

This bill was announced days after Mr. Malone introduced an “Anti-corruption” bill targeting the Department of Commerce and Labor, but before that bill was sidelined. The Secretary of the Legislature announced they had found “serious allegations and concerns … due to the activities of specific members of the Department that called into question the ethical conduct of the Department as a whole.”

The purpose of this amendment is outlined as “To ensure that security agencies licensed in the State of San Andreas are capable of operating fairly and legally as businesses […] in order to amend the legislation to reduce bureaucracy.” The amending bill doesn’t change Section 6 of the Private Security and Investigative Services Act, which continues to require the Department of Labor and Commerce to approve the licenses to allow operation of each security business.

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  1. TATIANNA

    July 22, 2022 at 6:31 am

    *sip* Hmm, interesting.

  2. Skeptical Doctor

    July 22, 2022 at 7:28 am

    Sure is a little w e i r d, a little s t r a n g e, a little q u i r k y that the owners of the 2 largest security companies in the state are sitting in legislature when this is up huh?

  3. Government Bullsh!t

    July 22, 2022 at 12:02 pm

    Imagine this, 2 of the 3 security companies in the state are part of the government. Delmonta (securo serve) and Wheeler (merryweather). This bill basically protects them from docl scrutiny, who does this benefit exactly? How does this benefit the entire population of the state? It doesn’t, all it does is protect Delmonta and Wheeler and let them get away with more than they already are

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