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Katie Groezinger, a cosmetology student, colors hair using a technique known as balayage at The Spa School in Worthington.
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A bill in the Statehouse is reigniting the contentious debate over licensing requirements for cosmetologists and barbers. The legislation would cut up to 500 hours of instructional time for people trying to get a cosmetology or barbers license

Katie Groezinger, a cosmetology student, colors hair using a technique known as balayage at The Spa School in Worthington.
Andy Chow / Ohio Public Radio

A bill to overhaul training standards for cosmetologists was lying dormant until it suddenly gained momentum this month, passing out of a Ohio House committee.

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State lawmakers are once again considering changing regulations on cosmetologists, after eliminating a manager’s license last year. Now, there’s a bill that would reduce the amount of training needed to get a cosmetology license while focusing on developing apprenticeships instead.