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ap_110425151237.jpg?w=1200&h=140&crop=1 A Missouri court decided people can’t braid hair without a …
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A Missouri court decided people can’t braid hair without a license out of “great deference” to government regulations Bonnie Kristian, September 23, 2016 1:13 pm

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  1. STAY WOKE FAMILY
    A Missouri court decided people can’t braid hair without a license out of “great deference” to government regulations:
    To be able to professionally offer African-style hair braiding in Missouri, you have to be a licensed cosmetologist.
    To be a licensed cosmetologist, you have to complete 1,500 hours of expensive training.
    To complete that 1,500 hours of training, you have to learn exactly nothing about African-style hair braiding, a centuries-old process that uses no chemicals and poses literally no risk to stylist or client.
    Oh, and did I mention it only takes 100 hours of actually relevant training to become a Missouri-licensed EMT? And that’s the insanity that is occupational licensing in a nutshell.
    To make matters even worse, this absurd hair braiding rule just got held up in court by a judge who explained his decision as a necessary effort to show “great deference” to government regulations.

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