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MINNESOTA S.F. 839 – License

MINNESOTA S.F. 839 – License  Sponsor: Senator Ann Rest (DFL) Summary: Requires the holder of a salon license for a mobile salon to: maintain a permanent business address and notify the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners of the locations and schedule of operation of the mobile salon….

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MINNESOTA H.F. 695 – License

MINNESOTA H.F. 695 – License  Sponsor: Representative Lyndon Carlson (DFL) Summary: Requires the holder of a salon license for a mobile salon to: maintain a permanent business address and notify the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners of the locations and schedule of operation of the mobile salon….

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GEORGIA H.B. 297 – State Boards of Cosmetology

GEORGIA H.B. 297 – State Boards of Cosmetology Sponsor: Representative Randy Nix (R) Summary: Allows a professional licensing board to contract with a national association of state boards or other related national associations to receive applications for examinations and perform administrative services. Click Here for…

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CONNECTICUT H.B. 6768 – Cosmetology Education

CONNECTICUT H.B. 6768 – Cosmetology Education Sponsor: Joint Committee on Higher Education and Employment Advancement Summary: Makes changes to the definition of “postsecondary career school” to include a hospital-based occupational school, hairdressing school and barber school for reasons of licensure. Click Here for Full Text…

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MARYLAND H.B. 499 – License

MARYLAND H.B. 499 – License  Sponsor: Delegate Dereck Davis (D) Summary: Allows individuals licensed as senior cosmetologists and/or senior estheticians to perform  microdermabrasion services. States an applicant for a limited license to provide hair–braiding services must be: (1) be at least 17 years old; (2) have…

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ILLINOIS H.B. 1424 – License

ILLINOIS H.B. 1424 – License  Sponsor: Representative Robert Rita (D) Summary: Creates requirements for the licensure of barber stylists and spa technicians. Allows an individual licensed as a barber stylist to hold himself or herself out as a barber or cosmetologist and may engage in…

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IOWA H.F. 196 – License

IOWA H.F. 196 – License  Sponsor: Representative Beth Wessel-Kroeschell (D) Summary: Eliminates provisions that authorize and establish a process by which the college student aid commission can initiate action to deny, revoke or suspend any state license to any person who has defaulted on an…

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TENNESSEE S.B. 543 – Cosmetology Education

TENNESSEE S.B. 543 – Cosmetology Education Sponsor: Senator Jack Johnson (R) Summary: States that any barber school or school of cosmetology may seek state authorization, for purposes of meeting institutional eligibility requirements for student financial aid programs, from the Tennessee higher education commission under the…

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TENNESSEE H.B. 691 – Cosmetology Education

TENNESSEE H.B. 691 – Cosmetology Education Sponsor: Representative Steve McManus (R) Summary: States that any barber school or school of cosmetology may seek state authorization, for purposes of meeting institutional eligibility requirements for student financial aid programs, from the Tennessee higher education commission under the…

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COLORADO S.B. 106 – License

COLORADO S.B. 106 – License  Sponsor: Senator David Balmer (R) Summary: Current version (2/10/2015): Continues the Barber and Cosmetologist Act and the cosmetology advisory committee until 2026. Requires a place of business that employs barbers, cosmetologists, hairstylists, estheticians or nail technicians to register with the…

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