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Wyoming L.S.O. 207 – License (Cosmetology) , State Boards of Cosmetology

WYOMING L.S.O. 207 – License (Cosmetology) , State Boards of Cosmetology Sponsor: WY Joint Corporations, Elections, and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee Summary: Removes the requirement for cosmetologists or hair stylists licensed by the state to complete 750 hours of training for a certificate of registration…

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Wyoming Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee Meeting – State Boards of Cosmetology

WYOMING Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee Meeting – State Boards of Cosmetology Summary: The agenda for the November 12 and 13 meeting of the Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee has recently been released. The committee is scheduled to discuss…

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Montana L.C. 528 – License (Cosmetology)

MONTANA L.C. 528 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Senator Jim Keane (D) Summary: Revises penalty for board of barbers/cosmetologists for expired license. Text unavailable. Status: Draft requested 10/20/2014. About PBA Government Affairs The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) advocates for the rights of every member and is…

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Montana L.C. 510 – Salon Safety

MONTANA L.C. 510 – Salon Safety Sponsor: Senator Roger Webb (R) Summary: Prohibits the use of tanning devices by those people who are under 18 years of age, (Text not yet available) Status: Prefiled 10/09/2014. About PBA Government Affairs The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) advocates…

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Montana L.C. 502 – License (Cosmetology)

Montana L.C. 502 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Ryan Lynch (D) Summary: Relative to providing for barbering nonchemical as a license type. Text unavailable. Status: Draft requested 10/8/2014. About PBA Government Affairs The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) advocates for the rights of every member and…

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Michigan Senate Bill 1057 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements

MICHIGAN S.B. 1057 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements Sponsor: Representative Steven Bieda (D) Summary: States that beginning January 1, 2019, a person shall not sell or offer for promotional purposes in this state any personal care product containing plastic microbeads. Exempts a person that sells or…

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Pennsylvania H.B. 2475 – License (Cosmetology)

PENNSYLVANIA H.B. 2475 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Michele Brooks (R) Summary: Allows an owner of a licensed cosmetology salon, who decides to restrict their services to limited license services, to continue operating under the current salon license until its expiration. Click Here for Full…

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Pennsylvania House Bill 2472 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements

PENNSYLVANIA H.B. 2472 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements Sponsor: Representative Brendan Boyle (D) Summary: Prohibits (1) the manufacture of personal care products containing synthetic plastic microbeads by the end of 2017; (2) the sale of personal care products and the manufacture of over-the-counter drugs containing synthetic…

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Michigan S.B. 1027 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements

MICHIGAN S.B. 1027 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements Sponsor: Senator Gretchen Whitmer (D) Summary: States that no person, beginning January 1, 2018, may manufacture for sale a personal care product, except for an over-the-counter drug, that contains plastic microbeads. Defines “Plastic microbead” as any intentionally added…

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Pennsylvania House Bill 2447 – Cosmetology Education

PENNSYLVANIA H.B. 2447 – Cosmetology Education Sponsor: Representative George Dunbar (R) Summary: Allows licensed barbers who have three years of experience or licensed manager-barbers with one year of experience as of January 1, 2015, to opt to become licensed as a barber-teacher without examination. Specifies…

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