Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns provides commentary on the latest lawsuit filed against the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology (the first as a direct result of actions of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ newly-appointed members):
Burns outlines the lawsuit and provides his own take about why he
is so passionate about the causes of the plaintiffs in this and other
cases entailing Louisiana occupational licensing boards and commissions.
CLICK HERE to view the actual lawsuit filed in 19th JDC on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 (Judge Caldwell drew the case).
CLICK HERE for an Institute of Justice webpage press release entailing the suit including a great video of the owner of the company.
Prior Sound Off Louisiana posts entailing the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology:
1. Former Congressman Joseph Cao’s testimony before the Louisiana State Senate on the “lawlessness” of
2. U. S. Senator (and candidate for Louisiana Governor last year) David Vitter elaborates upon Louisiana’s excessive number of boards and commissions and his stated plans to “probably get rid of some of them” (had he prevailed over John Bel Edwards which, regrettably, he did not).
3. Nelda Dural (small cosmetology school owner) echoing Congressman Cao’s claims of LSBC
4. Robert Burns educating attorneys Morris & Cangelosi on Dural’s right to OPEN DELIBERATIONS of her fate consistent with LA R. S. 42:17 (A)(1)
6. Dural suing the board for judicial review of her hearing. Judge Johnson’s office said to expect a ruling around Tuesday, August 9, 2016.
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