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The 8 Weirdest Laws in Colorado

There is much to be proud of in the Centennial State. The alpine mountains, high plains, deserts with huge sand dunes, and deep canyons are surely a sight to behold. Apart from the scenic beauty, the state has a couple of bizarre and baffling laws that are capable of leaving you equally awed. For instance, … Read More

The 10 Weirdest Laws in California

The Golden State was once under Native American occupation, then came the Spanish, followed by the Mexicans until finally it was handed over to the Union. Over the years, a lot of laws specific to the state have been enacted and while some make sense, others are outright outlandish.  For instance, at one point, it … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Arkansas

I went through ‘The Bear State’s’ legal history and came across some really absurd ordinances. Some of them are actually real laws while others are obsolete but there are quite a few oddballs that probably never existed. Here are eight of the quirkiest laws to exist in the State of Arkansas. 1. Never suddenly start … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Connecticut

Connecticut is popularly referred to as the ‘Constitution State’, a reference to the Fundamental Orders of 1638–39 which represent the framework for the first formal government, written by a representative body in Connecticut. The state constitution has changed drastically over the last 200 years including the addition of laws necessary to maintain stability and control … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Florida

The Sunshine State has passed a lot of laws in its 176-year history. Some of those laws probably made sense in the early years after the state’s admission to the Union but seem utterly weird in our modern setting. For instance, back in the day, it was illegal to not wear clothes while taking a … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Hawaii

The ‘Islands of Aloha’ are truly the paradise of the Pacific. The lush greenery, white sandy beaches, rich native culture and all-round great weather have attracted a lot of visitors from diverse nationalities making the island state a cultural melting pot. Hawaii’s law books contain ordinances that are specific to the island state. Some of … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Illinois

The ‘Land of Lincoln’ has its fair share of obscure laws in its Constitution that have been on its law books for quite a while. For instance, It’s illegal to catch more than six bullfrogs and eavesdropping on your own conversation is considered a Class 4 felony. Below is a fascinating list of eight weird … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Idaho

Most laws in the ‘Gem’ State’s Constitution are there to guarantee civilian safety. Other acts are in place to prohibit behavior that is deemed offensive or to be in bad taste while others are an attempt to conform to certain moral principles. However, there are some strange obscure laws on Idaho’s law books that aren’t … Read More

The 8 Weirdest Laws in Georgia

The’ Empire State’ of the South has some pretty quirky and weird statutes in its law books. For instance, it is illegal for barber shops to open on Sundays in the city of Columbus.  Some of these laws are outdated and nobody really bothers to repeal them. There are also new laws that are specific … Read More

The 10 Weirdest Laws in Delaware

December 7th is celebrated as Delaware Day. This is the day that the Delaware delegation, in 1787, ratified the US constitution. That’s why they called Delaware the First State.  For a state that has a strong connection with the US constitution, Delaware has a set of weird laws that most people would find funny. For … Read More

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