Librarians are just fine as they are, thank you very much:
North Carolina legislators have backed off a proposal to eliminate state licensing requirements for a dozen occupations and consolidate other occupational boards.
Members of the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee meeting Tuesday shelved draft legislation for the upcoming General Assembly session, which starts April 25. The decision for inaction came after people associated with the boards or the professions regulated spoke at the committee and urged lawmakers not to move forward.
Oh, let me pick the next obscure and idiotic issue for you to pursue: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Why is there only one approved method for CPR? Big-government overreach, that's why. How many people die each year because we refuse to allow the free market to develop alternative methods? In New Zealand a few years ago, a little girl jumped on her grandfather's chest because she thought he was ignoring her, and his heart started right up again. But the Liberal media who are in bed with wealthy CPR instructors quashed that story, for fear it would eat into their profits. Act now to open the process, because when you're lying on the restaurant floor turning blue, while people are looking around at each other, it may be too late.