Strange Laws

On behalf of Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein, P.C. posted in Uncategorized on Dec 24, 2015.

Strange Laws that can date back very far. Most of these laws remain in the books today, even if rarely enforced.

In Philadelphia, you can’t put pretzels in bags based on an Act of 1760.
In New Jersey, cabbage can’t be sold on Sunday.
In New York, it is against the law for a blind person to drive an automobile.
In New York, it is against the law for children to pick up or collect 
      cigarette and cigar butts.

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