The proposed Indiana bill would give people the ability to cut hair without a license

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A proposed house bill could change Indiana’s hairdressing and cosmetics landscape. The 1364 house bill would give people the opportunity to provide cosmetic services without a state license. The bill is aimed at those looking for a side gig amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, not all Hoosiers support the bill. According to an effort, more than 26,000 people have signed a petition to keep the bill from moving forward. Some of the professionals who hold licenses believe the bill would devalue all the work they put into perfecting their craft and the industry. The bill would require that someone disclose if they are not licensed, and it would also require that individuals maintain health and safety standards.

A proposed house bill could change Indiana’s hairdressing and cosmetics landscape.

House Bill 1364 would allow people to provide cosmetic services without a government license. The bill is aimed at those looking for a side gig amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

However, not all Hoosiers support the bill.

According to an effort, more than 26,000 people have signed a petition to keep the bill from moving forward. Some of the professionals who hold licenses believe the bill would devalue all the work they put into perfecting their craft and the industry.

The bill would require someone to disclose if they are not licensed, and it would also require individuals to adhere to health and safety standards.