Dumb Laws in your state - dumb or reasonable?
In Arizona, cannot refuse a person water. Which makes sense, it is very hot and dry. What gets me is that they had to put it in law for treating another person humanely. At Dumblaw.com see if there is any that strikes you as totally a sick sign of society to have to make whatever it is into a law. In Tombstone- It is illegal for anyone over 18 to have less than one missing tooth visible when smiling. Yeah, it's a tourist town and it is a joke law. Find out in your home state a dumblaw and perhaps be astounded and surprised. Tombstone, "The Town Too Tough To Die"
I'm currently living in Louisiana, and two on the state's list stuck out to me. The first is that you can't steal crawfish. This makes perfect sense to me. Crawfish is serious business. (Yes, I know it only says commercial crawfish from farms, shh...)
The second was that you can't perform rituals that involve ingesting blood, urine, or fecal matter. Well...I imagine that has to do with Voodoo culture, considering that's the only kind of ritual I can imagine being performed. I don't know much about Voodoo, but I also think the people who made this law didn't either. (There were also bits in the law about not harming animals or children, which is obviously perfectly reasonable, but still.)
by Ralph Schwartz 4 days ago
The story sounds like a headline ripped from a third-world nation. Election supervisors illegally adding votes, more and more votes appearing from hidden alcoves, and when challenged, Brenda Snipes is refusing to allow anyone to see or count the votes. Florida election laws are violated...
by newyorkcity12 6 years ago
Disagreement with hubby over in lawsMy husband and I are constantly fighting about his parents. Every time I brng up their name he gets so defensive. They live in a different state and I suggested that instead of us visiting (we have 3 kids so that's 5 plane tickets) every year which can get...
by Peeples 2 years ago
What are the positives of allowing individual states more control?I find it kind of weird that we are the "United States" yet the goal seems to be independent states making their own laws which can contradict other states. What are the positives of allowing states to have the ability to...
by ga anderson 19 months ago
Attorney General Sessions has announced that sanctuary cities will be denied certain Federal grant's monies due to their non-compliance with federal laws* regarding illegal immigrants.I think it is only right that sanctuary cities lose their eligibility for such Federal grants when they decided to...
by Michael Collins aka Lakemoron 5 years ago
We hear and read so many people saying what they don't want. It makes me wonder what do people think would help. Please if you are going to list them then use a number system or bullet points. Thank you.
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