Can you imagine the barber's reaction when the police showed up????? :angry2:
Campaign donations from the union bosses. Other than that nothing. This was the first I have ever heard of it being a law, just always thought it was a gentleman's agreement because Monday would probably be the slowest day of the week for haircuts.Here where I live, all barbershops and beauty salons are closed on Mondays. I don't know if that is because of some law or tradition, but I'm just wondering if it is the law, what the government could possibly gain from it.
Several years ago one of the local car salesmen would go sit out front of the dealership and hand out his cards on Sundays while all of the other salesmen were taking Sunday off. Since they couldn't buy on Sunday they would come back on Monday and guess who they asked for. He was polietely informed by the other salesmen that he needed to take Sundays off or there could be problems.By the way, my home state, Indiana, also has a law on the books prohibiting car dealerships from being open on Sundays. Never was able to figure that one out.