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GOOD GRIEF: Tennessee’s Cosmetology Board Thinks It Can Regulate a Software Company: Project Belle…

GOOD GRIEF: Tennessee’s Cosmetology Board Thinks It Can Regulate a Software Company: Project Belle connects customers with licensed cosmetologists. Competitors have asked state regulators to shut it down. Tennessee has new legislation that’s supposed to limit the reach of these licensing boards. But this makes clear what everyone knew: That they’re about protecting businesses, not […
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