PBA Advocacy
State Legislation Update

Maine L.D. 735 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions

MAINE L.D. 735 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions Sponsor: Senator Thomas Saviello (R) Summary: Directs the Department of Environmental Protection to add chlorinated tris, which is a flame retardant chemical, to the list of chemicals of concern and the list of chemicals of high concern, respectively, unless…

Continue reading →

Kentucky Senate Bill 111 – License Renewal, Continuing Education

KENTUCKY S.B. 111 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Senator Bob Leeper (I) Summary: Requires the Kentucky Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists promulgate administrative regulations requiring persons seeking renewal of licenses or permits to complete annual continuing education if an examination was required for initial licensure. Provides…

Continue reading →

Kentucky House Bill 177 – School Instructors, Barbering

KENTUCKY H.B. 177 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Tim Couch (R) Summary: Requires a minimum of one licensed teacher per 20 students on an instructional day in order for a barber school to qualify for the issuance or renewal of a license. Click Here for…

Continue reading →

Kansas Senate Bill 249 – Infection Control, Hair Braiding

KANSAS S.B. 249 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Senator Oletha Faust-Goudeau (D) Summary: Requires the secretary of health and environment to develop a brochure containing information about infection control techniques which are appropriate for hair braiding whether within or outside the salon setting. Click Here for…

Continue reading →

Kansas House Bill 2257 – Licensing, Cosmetologists, Barbers

KANSAS H.B. 2257 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: KS House Health and Human Services Committee Summary: Establishes a process whereby a licensed cosmetologist may become a licensed barber. Click Here for Full Text of Bill Status: Introduced and referred to Committee on Health and Human Services…

Continue reading →

Kansas House Bill 2155 – Licensing

KANSAS H.B. 2155 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: KS House Health and Human Services Committee Summary: Current version (3/25/2013): Provides that an applicant for apprentice licensure shall be required to pay a non-refundable fee established by rules and regulations adopted by the cosmetology board and shall…

Continue reading →

Kansas House Bill 2154 – Licensing

KANSAS H.B. 2154 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: KS House Health and Human Services Committee Summary: Current version (3/11/2014): Provides that the license for a cosmetologist, esthetician, electrologist, manicurist or person desiring to establish a salon or clinic shall expire on specified dates as mandated in…

Continue reading →

Iowa S.F. 2161 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions

IOWA S.F. 2161 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions Sponsor: Senator Joe Bolkcom (D) Summary: Prohibits the sale of a children’s product containing formaldehyde or ingredients that chemically degrade under normal conditions of temperature and pressure resulting in a release of formaldehyde. Prohibits a manufacturer from replacing a…

Continue reading →

Iowa H.F. 2135 – Cosmetology, Hair Braiding

IOWA H.F. 2135 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Dawn Pettengill (R) Summary: Eliminates the term “braiding” from the definition of cosmetology. Click Here for Full Text of Bill Status: Introduced and referred to Human Resources 2/5/2014. Subcommittee meeting held 2/6/2014. Passed Subcommittee 3/4/2014. Failed upon…

Continue reading →

Iowa H.F. 2015 – Committee to Study Licenses

IOWA H.F. 2015 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Joe Riding (D) Summary: Requires the Legislative Council to establish a legislative interim committee to study professional licenses administered or supervised by the Department of Public Health and the regulations and requirements for those licenses. Click Here…

Continue reading →

Page 20 of 23 ← First ... 18 19 20 21 22 ... Last →
Iowa