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Are you interested in running for office? Here are five Libertarians in the state that won their elections and shared their lessons learned at the State convention. Lets help grow the number of elected Libertarians in Tennessee.

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The Libertarian Party of Tennessee fully supports House Bill 320 (HB0320) – Barbers and /or Cosmetologists, which removes the licensing requirement for hair braiding in the State of Tennessee. There have been over $100,000 in fines issues to primarily minority owned small businesses for “un-licensed” hair braiding. Would you ask your neighbor to braid your hair? If yes, why should the state have to license who braids your hair? This Bill offers a chance to bring more liberty and freedom back to the people of Tennessee.

LPTN urges all members and citizens of Tennessee to contact their State Senator and Representative and urge them to vote YES on this bill on Monday April 8th

Track the bill at wapp.capitol.tn.gov/apps/BillInfo/Default.aspx?BillNumber=HB0320
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I’m a licensed cosmetologist here in TN, please help fight for these women. It’s complete govt overreach. Also the shampoo laws have changed now you have to have a full cosmetology license to shampoo hair for a salon. It use to be a separate license that only required a weekend of classes and pay you license fee. I work in a high end salon and we would love to pay someone well to help with shampoos and the flow of the salon. But who’s going to go pay anywhere from $18,000-$26,000 and spend a year at school just to wash hair?!

Absolutely wonderful job John McCaskey and Joshua Reed Eakle

Why would this even need a bill! Let people be people!

Good job!

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