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When it comes to barbershops, moving companies and food vendor trucks, Kentucky regulators have a curious penchant for shielding established businesses from fresh competition.
A recent Institute for Justice study concludes the Bluegrass State has the 15th most burdensome licensing laws in America.
Do Kentuckians really believe that — as the study reports — it should take 420 days of education and experience to become a government-approved cosmetologist, 620 days to become a licensed barber, or a whopping 1,825 days before being allowed to teach preschool?
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