What were they doing there? AIDS transmission requires certain bodily fluids to be transferred. Perhaps if they were shaving people one after another with the same blade, some small amount of blood could be transferred. This is why I shave myself and never share my blade with anyone else. I remeber a store about a family with 3 hemophiliac sons. One got AIDS from a blood transfusion. The other 2 from sharing a razor with him.
Perhaps the details are wrong as this was a while ago. Three sons in the family and at least 1 hemophiliac; not necessarily 3 hemophiliac sons. And store should be story.
Um-hmm, my point exactly. You don't know who was there before you in a public setting. So, for the general good, states pass laws that require certain standards be met before the business is opened. I know that isn't a 100% guarantee on anything, but it is for the general good and in my opinion shouldn't be done away with.
I don't want to pay taxes for somebody else's food stamps. I don't want to support some old fart through social security when it won't be there for me. But I don't mind paying into the general safety of the public. Licensing somewhat insures this and shouldn't be done away with in my opinion.