Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Last week, Indiana became the 22nd state to let natural hair braiders work without a costly permission slip from the government. Even though natural hair braiding is, well, natural, the Hoosier State previously forced braiders to comply with the state’s tangled mess of cosmetology licensing laws. In an editorialthe Wall Street Journal praised Indiana for eliminating “a major barrier to economic opportunity.” Click here to read more about the braiding bill from IJ.

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