Freelance Cosmetology Bill Killed

(Bismarck, ND) — The North Dakota State Senate has killed a bill that would have allowed people who do not have a cosmetology license to do freelance work. Current law mandates 18-hundred hours of training at cosmetology school. The proposed bill would have done away with the requirement, replacing it with one that only requires a four-hour course to let someone become a niche beauty services provider. Licensed cosmetologists say training is critical for client safety.

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