New Hampshire perfume ban to be considered by legislators again

A New Hampshire legislator is breathing new life into a proposal to prohibit state employees from wearing perfume and other fragrances to work.

State Rep. Charles Townsend (D-Canaan) has reintroduced legislation barring state employees who have contact with members of the public from wearing fragrances during the workday. A similar bill died in the state House of Representatives earlier this year, following discussions over whether it was constitutional for the state to regulate employees’ fragrance choices.

Read more at The Huffington Post.



  1. BobC says:

    You liberals won’t be happy til you have us all in chains.