February 5, 2014
Politics Beauty is an umbrella organization that consists of state-level, grassroots advocacy organizations that initiate and address legislation that affects the beauty and barber industry. At its head is nail tech Tamara Johnson. We asked Johnson to tell us about the organization and how readers can become involved.
October 1, 1996
"You cannot rush the state," says industry advocate Patricia Johnson-Rambo.
May 1, 1995
State legislatures are now on session. Various bills have been introduced that, if passed, would affect nail technicians and salon owners in several states. The following are bills currently being considered.
March 1, 1992
Illinois nail technicians overcome legislative indifference and a governor’s veto to see a licensing bill enacted.
October 1, 1991
Behind-the-scenes politicking, lobbying inexperience, and legislative ignorance have tied up the New York licensing battle for years — but advocates say 1992 is their year.
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