‘You Can’t Let Somebody Stick Fix-a-Flat on Your Rear End’

January 5, 2012

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Sen. Shane Massey says during a Labor, Commerce and Industry Senate subcommittee meeting that he isn’t certain that increased regulation of business is the answer to some problems perpetrated by unlicensed entities.

At some point people have to use a little bit of common sense, Massey says, referring to individuals who turn to cosmetologists for services far beyond the realm of hair care and nail finishing. “You can’t let somebody stick fix-a-flat on your rear end,” he says, referring to a recent incident.