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State Legislation Update

NEVADA A.B. 269 – License

NEVADA A.B. 269 – License  Sponsor: Assemblymember Brent A. Jones (R) Summary: States that a natural person has a right to engage in a lawful occupation within this State free from any substantial burden contained within an occupational regulation unless the governmental entity or regulatory…

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MAINE L.D. 1109 – Cosmetology Education

MAINE L.D. 1109 – Cosmetology Education Sponsor: Representative Catherine Nadeau (R) Summary: Allows a cosmetology student of the now-closed Mr. Bernard’s School of Hair Fashion, Inc., who has at least 1,000 hours of the required 1,500 instruction hours for licensure in cosmetology to fulfill the…

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NORTH CAROLINA S.B. 504 – License

NORTH CAROLINA S.B. 504 – License  Sponsor: Senator Rick Gunn (R) Summary: Allows a motor home to be used as a mobile salon for the practice of cosmetic art. Requires the Board to issue a license to operate a mobile salon to any applicant who…

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NORTH CAROLINA S.B. 469 – State Boards of Cosmetology

NORTH CAROLINA S.B. 469 – State Boards of Cosmetology Sponsor: Senator Fletcher Hartsell (R) Summary: States that occupational licensing boards include the North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners, the North Carolina Board of Electrolysis Examiners and the State Board of Barber Examiners. Requires the…

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NORTH CAROLINA S.B. 623 – License

NORTH CAROLINA S.B. 623 – License  Sponsor: Senator Stan Bingham (R) Summary: Revises the fee schedule for barbers by increasing all fees. Removes the provision that allows the Board of Barber Examiners to impose a civil penalty in a situation where a registered barber’s certificate…

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NORTH CAROLINA H.B. 191 – License

NORTH CAROLINA H.B. 191 – License  Sponsor: Representative Michelle Presnell (R) Summary: Revises the fee schedule for barbers by increasing all fees. Removes the provision that allows the Board of Barber Examiners to impose a civil penalty in a situation where a registered barber’s certificate…

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ARKANSAS S.B. 1041 – License

ARKANSAS S.B. 1041 – License  Sponsor: Representative Bill Sample (R) Summary: Final version (3/17/2015): Reduces the required hours of training for: a cosmetologist to 1,200 hours; a manicurist to 480 hours; and for an aesthetician 480 hours. Click Here for Full Text of Bill (Final version…

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OREGON H.B. 2642 – Special Request

OREGON H.B. 2642 – Special Request Sponsor: Representative Val Hoyle (D) Summary: Current version (3/30/2015):  Prohibits an esthetician from practicing advanced nonablative esthetics procedures unless the esthetician is certified by the Board of Certified Laser Estheticians. Stipulates that the Health Licensing Office shall issue a certificate…

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MASSACHUSETTS H.B. 2043 – Indoor Air Quality

MASSACHUSETTS H.B. 2043 – Indoor Air Quality Sponsor: Representative David Rogers (D) Summary: Establishes a division of indoor environments within the Department of Public Health (DPH). Click Here for Full Text of Bill Status: Filed 1/14/2015. Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health 3/11/2015. About…

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MASSACHUSETTS H.B. 221 – Cosmetology Education , License

MASSACHUSETTS H.B. 221 – Cosmetology Education , License  Sponsor: Representative John Lawn (D) Summary: Allows the Board of Registration of Cosmetology and Barbers to make reasonable rules and regulations as are necessary for the proper conduct of schools, qualifications of instructors, courses of study and hours…

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