Legislative Update: December
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Legislative Update: December

December 21, 2020

Michigan House Bill 5819

Summary: will allow anyone to practice barbering, cosmetology, manicuring, esthetics, electrology, and operating a cosmetology or barber school WITHOUT a license or training and will remove the state board of cosmetology and state board of barber examiners.

Status: Failed

 

Michigan House Bill 5438

Summary: will completely deregulate barbering

Status: Failed

 

Tennessee House Bill 1945 and Senate Bill 1914

Summary: will allow any person to practice cosmetology without a license as long as the provider enters into a written contract with the client to waive all liability that may arise from the provider's performance

Status: Failed

There is a possibility these measures will be reintroduced next year.

 

Illinois House Bill 5558

Summary: will allow any individual to practice cosmetology, esthetics, nail technology, and barbering without a license

Status: Legislature in perfunctory session until end of 2020- bill not likely to move forward

 

Rhode Island House Bill 7484

Summary: will drastically reduce educational requirements, lowering cosmetology education to 600, manicurist to 200, esthetics to 300, and barbering to 600

Status: Legislature Recessed- bill not likely to move forward

Minnesota House File 3202 and Senate File 2898

Summary: will allow anyone to shampoo, condition, dress, dry, style, flat iron, curl, and arrange hair without a license

Status: Passed (Senate File 2898)

 

Oklahoma Senate Bill 1166

Summary: will allow anyone to shampoo, dress, dry, style, wave, curl, and arrange hair WITHOUT a license or training

Status: Failed

 

Utah House Bill 410

Summary: will allow anyone to shampoo, condition, dress, dry, style, flat iron, curl, and arrange hair without a license or training

Status: Failed

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