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Unbelievable Laws Still on the Books
Some states have laws prohibiting everything from wearing fake moustaches in church to keeping ice cream cones in your pockets. See if you can match the very comical or outrageous laws to the states they were passed in.
In what midwestern U.S. state is it legal to protest naked in front of city hall?
In what U.S. state is it illegal to dye baby chicks or ducklings blue and offer them for sale?
In what northwest U.S. state is it illegal for a motorist with criminal intentions to enter a city without first stopping to call the chief of police for the city?
The city of Gainsville has a law requiring chicken to be eaten only with the hands. What U.S. state is Gainsville located in?
Due to a police officer being sprayed by silly string, the sale of silly string was banned in the city of Southington. In what U.S. state is Southington located?
Which southwestern U.S. state actually has a law on the books making it illegal to sell or manufacture imitation cocaine?
In what U.S. state is it illegal to catch fish using the bare hands?
In the city of Walnut it is illegal for any man or boy to dress as a woman. There is also a permit required for children to wear Halloween masks. In what U.S. state is Walnut located?
What Smoky Mountain U.S. state has made it illegal to bring a skunk into the state?
According to what U.S. state’s law is it illegal to own Dale Earnhardt or Dale Earnhardt, Jr. flags?
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