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How Regulations Hurt Mom And Pop

Do you know someone who has tried to operate an in-home beauty salon and is frustrated by the web of regulations required by the state in order to earn a living? If so, have them contact the North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law, led by Jeannette Doran. NCICL, which is known for its legal work on constitutional issues, is looking into how regulations impact folks who don’t have much of a voice in the policy arena. From the NCICL newsletter:
NCICL is examining potential constitutional challenges to some of the regulations governing in-home beauty salons. If you operate or plan to operate an in-home salon, please contact us.
We are also monitoring the proliferation of excessive and unlawful fees. If you have been the subject of such a fee, please call us.
You can find out more about NCICL here.

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