1,000 Hours of training is required to braid hair.

The Missouri Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners (an administrative board made up primarily of practicing barbers and cosmetologists, as well as the owners of in-state cosmetology/barbering schools) has declared that anyone wanting to braid hair professionally must be a licensed cosmetologist or barber—despite the fact that neither licensing program offers any training on braiding […]

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One may not honk another’s horn.

10.32.100 Climbing into another’s vehicle, sounding horn, etc. prohibited without permission. No person shall, without the permission of the owner or person in charge thereof, climb upon or into, or swing upon any motor vehicle or trailer, whether the same is in motion or at rest, or sound the horn or other sound-producing device thereon, […]

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Houses may not have lights on them that shine into the window of a neighbor’s house.

9.28.090 Lights shining into dwelling units. A. It is unlawful to maintain an exterior lighting fixture that shines light directly into a window of a dwelling unit located on an adjoining lot. Exterior lights shall be shielded and flood lights or spotlights shall be aimed to avoid shining light directly into a window of a […]

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