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originally posted by: Britguy
originally posted by: MichiganSwampBuck
Why couldn't the Department of Business and Professional Regulation call or send an email or fax to the department that registers licenses? It seems that they used a list of businesses at some point in order to plan these warrantless raids, where did that list come from? Did it come from a list of legally registered businesses, or did the cops investigate the ones that were being advertised but not on the list? If that was the case, they should have known if they had a license or not and would have been able to get a warrant to search those that didn't come up as legal.
Good grief! That implies the use of logic and reason by taxpayer funded departments and their usually thick as cow s**t employees. It would also mean the police don't get to dress up and act all tough and macho if that same logic and reason are applied.
What are you, a commie terrorist or something? You are now probably under investigation for voicing common sense!
originally posted by: crazyewok
originally posted by: taoistguy
the law is the law and must be enforced. would you like your hair cut by a nutter who masqueraes as qualified and responsible???
Theres a whole dam lot of difference between sending a couple of police officers round to knock on the door and ask politely to see there licence and if they don't have it give them a court order and sending round the storm trooper's to raid the place like it was some cartel den.
It called acceptable force. Running in gun ho is not appropriate for all situations.
originally posted by: buster2010
Why are you bringing up liberals for Florida is a Republican state. Also you are wrong about Conservatives making laws they make no laws because there are no Conservatives in government anymore.
Barbers and cosmetologists would no longer need to be licensed under a bill being considered in the Indiana General Assembly.
House Bill 1006, introduced by Rep. David Wolkins, R-Kosciusko, is set to be heard by the Employment Labor and Pensions Committee at 10:30 a.m. on Friday.