N.H. rep doesn't want public employees to smell nice at work12/2/2012
There is nothing — and we mean nothing — more offensive than people who smell good. Flowery smells in the office? A co-worker who reeks of sweet jasmine scents? Who could work in that environment? It's a good thing New Hampshire State Rep. Charles Townsend (D-Canaan) has our backs with a proposed bill to ban perfume for public workers. The legislation is aimed at sensitive types with allergies and would prohibit all state employees from wearing perfume to work. Although a similar bill was killed earlier this year amid Constitutional concerns and cries of "Nanny State," the New Hampshire representative appears persistent. He must really hate Chanel No. 5. Or that commercial with Brad Pitt. [Source]
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