Borelli supports legislation that allows the licensure of military spouses with out-of-state licenses in equivalent occupations (Assembly Bills A.4394, A.2590, and A.3637). According to a 2014 Military Officers Association of America survey, occupational licensure constraints are one of the biggest financial problems for military families.
“Legislation was passed in the Senate last year that addresses this very issue. It’s high time for the Assembly Majority to step up and get this right for our military families. This legislation must be passed in the Assembly now. New York is one of only three states left with such an outdated process; this is not how we should be treating our military families,” Borelli concluded.