NEWJERSEY: New Jersey Fails To Strike Down Hair-Braiding Licensing Requirements

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Perhaps, Nzali’s stance continues to be ignored or downplayed because of the stronger, much more powerful beauty lobby. But while regulators claim that the field must be under scrutiny because of the chemicals used in their products, African hair-braiding is also called natural braiding precisely because they use no chemicals.In addition, economists explain that even if there is a legitimate risk, the market is better at regulating than the government.Associate professor of economics at Saint Francis University Edward Timmons thinks that especially when it comes to hair braiding, the market has the best solution for both customers and entrepreneurs.

Source: New Jersey Fails To Strike Down Hair-Braiding Licensing Requirements

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Nothing racist here.

“Move along, people. Nothing to see here. Go home, you looky-loos.” Officer Barbrady’s Catch Phrase South Park

Yet, the D’s seem to have lock on the black vote.

As a little L libertarian, this demonstrates the power of “licensing” to keep monopolies in power.  In fact, you can’t have a monopoly without the Gooferment.

Argh!

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