2-8-405. Repeal of licensing board or program law -- deposit of fees. (1) If the legislature repeals a licensing board or program law, the department of labor and industry may collect only delinquent licensing fees or fines, if provided by law, on behalf of the repealed licensing board or program. Continuing education and other requirements for maintaining a license cease with the effective date of the repeal.
(2) (a) Fees collected on behalf of a board or program that is proposed to be repealed must be deposited in the state special revenue fund for the use of the board or program.
(b) Fees that are not needed for satisfying debt obligations of the board or program may be used by the department to offset the costs to the department of all boards and programs.
History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 64, L. 2007.