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Americans for Prosperity-Kansas Says Cosmetology Small Businesses Won’t Find Regulation Relief Due to Governor’s Veto

Apr 12, 2024 by AFP

TOPEKA, KS—Americans for Prosperity-Kansas (AFP-KS) is disappointed in the Governor’s veto of SB 434 which would have exempted the practice of hair removal by sugaring from the definition of cosmetology thus reducing onerous occupational licensing requirements.

AFP-KS State Director, Liz Patton, made the following statement:

“AFP-Kansas is disappointed with Governor Kelly’s decision to veto SB 434, which would remove unnecessary regulations for small business owners who provide sugaring services. We remain committed to supporting legislative efforts to safely reduce burdensome occupational licensing requirements, and we had hoped that the Governor would join us in our fight to eliminate red tape for licensed professionals, rather than putting up roadblocks.

“Despite this setback, we continue to urge legislators to champion reforms that prioritize economic freedom and provide Kansans the opportunity to pursue their livelihoods with less government interference.”

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