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Ducey OKs re-opening for salons, barbers, dine-in restaurants

At a press briefing on Monday, Ducey announced a second round of eased restrictions for his March 30 stay-at-home order, which shuttered Arizona businesses deemed non-essential, restricted when people could leave their homes and barred large gatherings.... Read more»

Tucson barbers, salons open, despite city order closing other businesses

When Tucson Mayor Regina Romero ordered nonessential businesses in the city to close Saturday in an effort to halt coronavirus, she could only urge barbershops and nail salons to go along. That’s because those businesses were declared “essential services” last week by Gov. Doug Ducey, a designation that will continue under the statewide “stay-home” directive he issued Monday.... Read more»

Bill advances to exempt brow threaders from state licensing

HB 2262, authored by Rep. Heather Carter, R-Cave Creek, would write into law terms of an October consent judgment five eyebrow threaders who sued the Arizona Board of Cosmetology when it demanded licensing for their work.... Read more»