Braiding – Institute for Justice

Natural hair braiding is a beauty practice popular among many African, African-American and immigrant communities in the United States. Braiding is a very safe practice as braiders do not use any dangerous chemicals, dyes or coloring agents and do not cut hair. Yet in many states, braiders have to endure hundreds of hours of unnecessary coursework and pay thousands of dollars before they can legally work. Through litigation and legislation, the Institute for Justice is dedicated to untangling these entrepreneurs from burdensome regulations.

Source: Braiding – Institute for Justice

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