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May soon it be illegal -- -- hand jive with me at home joining us now to explain this week's regulation nation is Republican strategists Nikki -- good morning to you.
Good morning -- -- this just seems very bizarre in Alabama you could spend between thirty and ninety days behind bars and fifty of 500 dollars in fines for -- -- involved -- these explain that one.
Exactly and -- in Alabama it is illegal to participate any on Cherie Currie at any marathon endurance contest self.
-- -- a -- a lot if not anything like that so to promoted to participate -- it.
Or just to participate in more than one over the course of 48 hours which is weird -- you can't we just -- and one at all.
On but yet you're not allowed to do it at all or as he -- you'll be subject to thirty to ninety days in jail that's a marathon prison sentence and and pay a fine as well.
-- makes it sounds.
-- -- the right next up we have model rockets.
In New Jersey in you know a lot of people act some -- -- to have -- toys in the backyard or even businesses say Toys 'R' Us has a stockpile of these in the back.
They're gonna be regulated by the government could face fines -- Department as well.
Exactly this is -- bottle rockets are no longer just the province of science -- and fitness classes it's also a province of the government.
More specifically the New Jersey Department of Labor and workforce regulation which is a weird.
Com but they not only regulate on the age of what I -- on how old you are to be on -- for how powerful rocket you can buy.
But also how much you can story if you -- more than 220 pounds you need a permit again and so.
Boy scout troops Toys 'R' Us on if they're not aware of these -- they can really they can pay some hefty fine.
Now arguably you know you would wanna make sure that everything is is safe and -- so -- -- you know you can see both sides have been on what.
Also disorderly homes and George these people can get into trouble for had -- a messy house.
Yeah I it's funny at some like it's a lot it was written just to -- University of Georgia students but it's actually a lot it's been on the books and 1833.
-- It's a misdemeanor to have a lot of -- had a home that's disorderly that on can -- to gambling or.
Decide that can disturb your neighbors and again on you can see your subject to find your set it up to a year in jail.
And it's written so broadly that it's scary because they are still putting people in jail for stuff like this these days -- I -- Scarlett -- making address senator -- -- that and disorder really don't know if.
RA Dickey they -- much for your time today sites.
Regulation nation has some some neighbors -- -- they lived in Georgia but they've got that -- neighbor it does get under their -- 740 united the time.
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