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  1. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Hey, we're working on bringing it here. Give it time!
  2. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    The orchestrated chorus of amici has started to assemble for Heather Del Castillo, including some heavy hitters...
  3. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    The complaint is about what I thought it would be. But a LOT more detailed. It's in English but for some reason pastes on the forum slightly translated into Snaggyspeak. Or something. I remain more sympathetic to this argument than optimistic about it.
  4. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Licensed Eyelash Extension Specialist Prevented by Cosmetology Board from Doing Her Job Fights Back in State Court Brandy Davis looks like she was kinda hot back when I might have cared and she has a stripper name, which is always amusing in a legal document, but I'm otherwise not that...
  5. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Rio Grande Valley Food Trucks Ask Texas Supreme Court to Hear Challenge Against South Padre Island’s Anticompetitive Restrictions Hee hee. I love it when they say nutty stuff like that.
  6. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    The dismissal was reversed and now Mr. Mills can at least make his case that he should be able to continue to do math without a license. Az. Supreme Court Rules Engineer is Due His Day in Court to Challenge Licensing Board
  7. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Health Coach Threatened with Jail and Fines for Offering Dietary Advice Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Her Case If you eat a cookie every time I note that a state legalized them, you'll wind up obese and diabetic. Please don't pay me for that advice. It's only legal if you don't pay me.
  8. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    In Certificate of Need news, a U.S. Supreme Court Appeal: Immigrant Entrepreneurs Challenge Law that Let Hospital Conglomerates Stop Their Home Health Care Business Without the need that Dipendra identified, there would be no reason to defend the protection racket at all. His business would...
  9. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    New Minnesota Law Helps People with Criminal Records Find Work   Sounds like it will make it easier to find out that you can't be licensed in your chosen field, which I suppose beats spending a bunch of time and money and then finding it out. Lots of these criminal records have to do with...
  10. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Oklahoma Eliminates Licensing Barriers for People with Criminal Records   The bill passed almost unanimously, as it should, considering that occupational licensing is an issue that should unite deregulatory TeamR types with social justice TeamD types.
  11. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    I thought the regulation of hair braiders or possibly florists might be the most absurd examples of occupational licensing run amok. I thought wrong. We have a new frontrunner. Licensed Fortunetellers   I guess comprehensive licensure of fortunetellers has to regulate the real ones and the...
  12. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    And then there were four. Idaho becomes Somalia, hooray!   It really shouldn't have taken a lawsuit to get the law changed. Could have just happened because it made sense before nutjobs even filed a lawsuit. But kudos to Idaho for putting a stop to the whole thing in only a month. I hope the...
  13. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Georgia Becomes Somalia   Black breasts matter!
  14. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    So Florida is still marked safe from dietary advice that doesn't have a bureaucratic stamp of approval.
  15. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Idaho Hair Braiders   I hope Idaho can become more like Somalia too, and we'll be down to four states with such a pointless, harmful rule.
  16. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Mississippi's CON Con Going To Trial   If I owned one of those Certificate of Need things and my patient pool had increased by 194% since 1981 while my competition had increased not at all, I might just like that state of affairs. Maybe even see a rational basis for it. It's protecting public...
  17. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Another article on the same subject: Ninth Circuit considers lifting ban on two-time felons becoming EMTs in California   So the stupid drug war is another reason the nutjobs are likely to lose this one.
  18. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    This case was dismissed by the district court last February, now being appealed to the 9th Circuit. 9th Circuit to take up challenge to Calif. ban on felons becoming EMTs Though I'm not happy about it, I think the State has the better argument and the nutjobs will lose again, despite support...
  19. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Watertown, South Dakota soon to be overrun with rogue taxi operators after bowing to nutjob pressure.   She should sue for the lost income. I can see why the rep from Lyft didn't see any need for competition. $75 to go a few miles?
  20. Pertinacious Tom

    Missouri Hair Braiders

    Dr. Hines and the nutjobs won again.   He was telecommuting before it was cool. Soon, it will likely be legal, if this libertarian assault on all that is good and sacred succeeds.
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