Michelle Obama joins Illinois governor as he signs measure assisting military spouses
CHICAGO (MCT) — First lady Michelle Obama returned to Chicago Tuesday for a pair of campaign fundraisers, squeezing in an appearance with Gov. Pat Quinn as he signed a measure that will make it easier for military spouses to get professional licenses when they move to Illinois.
The new law will allow regulators to issue temporary licenses for military family members who are licensed in another state to practice everything from nursing to plumbing. By doing so, they are able to search for jobs and start working without delay as the state checks out their credentials — a process that could take months.
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