DBR streamlining regs to aid businesses

LICENSE TO SELL: Adam Batchelder, right, owns food truck Smoke & Squeal BBQ. He serves Elena and Bob Given, of Mansfield, biscuits, pickled watermelon rind, and mac and cheese. Batchelder says he’ll welcome the chance to get a single statewide license next year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LICENSE TO SELL: Adam Batchelder, right, owns food truck Smoke & Squeal BBQ. He serves Elena and Bob Given, of Mansfield, biscuits, pickled watermelon rind, and mac and cheese. Batchelder says he’ll welcome the chance to get a single statewide license next year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
If you regulate it, businesses will come … and tell you how to better manage the industry, which fines and processes are outdated, which need tweaks and which should be eliminated altogether – or at least that’s the recent experience of R.I. Department of Business Regulation Director Elizabeth M. Tanner. Business regulatory information is “readily…

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