Posted March 16, 2019 01:22:38 The state’s cosmetologists are in for some serious competition as Nebraska’s new license is coming under scrutiny from some members of the public.
The license is a first for the state and it has to be renewed every five years, with the renewal fee being $300.
It’s one of several requirements the state is making to make the licensing process more competitive with other states.
The state is also seeking to remove cosmetologist licensing from the state’s public database, but that would require an amendment to the state constitution.
That would mean that no new cosmetolos could be registered in Nebraska, according to the News-Leader.
However, a state law that was approved in March 2016 says that the state may require that licenses be renewed on an annual basis.
The cosmetician who filed the original lawsuit, Jennifer Smith, told the News Leader that she’s frustrated by the lack of progress on the cosmetologic license issue.
She said that she plans to appeal the decision to the Nebraska Supreme Court.
“We’ve been told that this is going to be the biggest obstacle in my ability to practice medicine,” Smith said.
“And I’m not sure that I can handle that.”
Smith told the newspaper that she was considering suing the state to get a license that covers more than just the cosmological license, but she said she doesn’t have the resources to do so.
Smith said that her son-in-law is the primary caregiver for her son, who is in the process of becoming a cosmetolog.
“He is very young, and he needs the space that he has to practice, so he’s not going to have that space to practice if he doesn’t get a cosmologist license,” Smith told the news outlet.
Smith added that she believes the state has not yet met the standards set out in the constitution.
“They don’t have a good way to prove they’re meeting them,” Smith added.
“I’m very concerned about the state trying to make sure that the licenses are valid, because that could be a real burden for a child who’s going to need them.”
According to the Kansas City Star, the licensing program has received a lot of criticism since its inception in 2014.
The Kansas State Board of Cosmetology issued a report last year that called for changing the state licensing program, including the renewal requirements.
Kansas State Board Chair Joe Miller said that the board was not satisfied with the way Nebraska’s license was structured.
Miller told the Kansas State News that he believes the licensing needs to be revamped.
“I think we need to take a hard look at the state, look at its history and look at our laws to make it better,” Miller said.
“If you have a cosmology license, you’re not a physician, you don’t even have a license to practice dentistry,” Miller added.
“That doesn’t mean you have to practice dental surgery, you have the right to practice cosmetic surgery, to do any other profession.
You can be a cosmetic surgeon, a dental hygienist, a pediatrician.”