Altered States tattoo artist Amanda Knight and owner Ray "Captain Lu" Figueroa generally agree with a new state licensing requirement for their industry, but Figueroa said he is concerned about the added cost burden it drops on individual businesses.
Altered States tattoo artist Amanda Knight and owner Ray "Captain Lu" Figueroa generally agree with a new state licensing requirement for their industry, but Figueroa said he is concerned about the added cost burden it drops on individual businesses. The Olympian
Altered States tattoo artist Amanda Knight and owner Ray "Captain Lu" Figueroa generally agree with a new state licensing requirement for their industry, but Figueroa said he is concerned about the added cost burden it drops on individual businesses. The Olympian

Tattoo rules draw sharp opinions

July 02, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED July 02, 2010 06:33 AM

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