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Illinois House Resolution 886 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions

ILLINOIS H.R. 886 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions Sponsor: Representative Camille Lilly (D) Summary: Urges the Governor and the General Assembly of Illinois to strengthen Illinois’ chemical management statutes with legislation to substantially reform the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 in order to keep the toxic…

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Washington Senate Bill 6002 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions

WASHINGTON S.B. 6002 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions Sponsor: Senator Andy Hill (R) Summary: Current Version (3/12/2014): Creates a fund to study antimony; and its use in children’s products as flame retardants. States the Department of Ecology must consider available information on the hazards, uses, exposures, potential…

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MINNESOTA H.F. 2101 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions

MINNESOTA H.F. 2101 – Chemical Bans/Restrictions Sponsor: Representative Rick Hansen (DFL) Summary: States the Pollution Control Agency shall study the impact polyethylene and other plastic microbeads in the state’s surface waters, and examine the impact on aquatic ecosystems and human health. Requires the agency Commissioner…

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Minnesota H.F. 2659 – License (Cosmetology)

MINNESOTA H.F. 2659 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Linda Slocum (DFL) Summary: Provides that a person who performs threading be exempt from licensing by the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners. Directs the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners amend rules exempting threading from the practice of cosmetology and…

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Minnesota S.F. 2110 – License (Cosmetology)

MINNESOTA S.F. 2110 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Senator James Metzen (DFL) Summary: Provides that a person who performs threading be exempt from licensing by the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners. Directs the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners amend rules exempting threading from the practice of cosmetology and…

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Illinois House Bill 3166 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements

ILLINOIS H.B. 3166 – Product Bans/Recall Requirements Sponsor: Representative Kelly Cassidy (D) Summary: Introduced version (2/26/2014): Makes a technical change in the short title of the Environmental Protection Act. Click Here for Text of First Amendment (3/4/2014) Click Here for Full Text of Bill (Introduced…

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Rhode Island Senate Bill 2682 – License (Cosmetology)

RHODE ISLAND S.B. 2682 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Senator Joshua Miller (D) Summary: Final Version (4/10/2014): Permits barbers, hairdressers, cosmeticians, manicurists and estheticians to provide their services outside of their salon as long as they acquire an additional license from the Department of Health. Specifies…

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Rhode Island Senate Bill 2703 – License (Cosmetology)

RHODE ISLAND S.B. 2703 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Senator Hanna Gallo (D) Summary: Repeals the requirement that all shops that provide barber, hairdresser, cosmetic therapy, manicures and esthetic services, have on duty at all times a licensed proprietor or licensed barber, hairdresser or cosmetician. Click…

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Michigan House Bill 5396 – License (Cosmetology)

MICHIGAN H.B. 5396 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Andrea LaFontaine (R) Summary:¬†Current version (5/6/2014): Provides that a barber college may be issued a license if it decreases the required classroom study, demonstration and recitation hours from 250 to 225 and decreases the hours of practical…

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Rhode Island House Bill 7789 – License (Cosmetology)

RHODE ISLAND H.B. 7789 – License (Cosmetology) Sponsor: Representative Peter Palumbo (D) Summary: Eliminates the requirement that all shops that provide barber, hairdresser, cosmetic therapy, manicures and esthetic services, have on duty at all times a licensed proprietor or licensed barber, hairdresser or cosmetician. Click…

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