How to Get a Bath Mat Runners License in the U.S.
In the wake of the deadly Las Vegas mass shooting, there’s a new buzz about whether we should be able to buy baby bath mats.
It’s a topic that’s being debated in some states, but New York is the first in the nation to allow such licenses, according to the State Attorney General’s office.
It’s also the first state to ban a new breed of bath mat, a category of mat that is usually manufactured in China.
While New York will likely soon join the list of states that have banned new bath mats, the debate has yet to be decided.
If New York does become the first to ban new bath mat makers, it would not only make New Yorkers more aware of the safety of their mats, but would also save taxpayers money.
New York’s legislation, if passed, would also ban the manufacture, distribution, and sale of bath mats that don’t meet safety standards and would require companies to pay a fee of $25 per child per year.
Currently, New York allows bath mat manufacturers to make their mats with materials like bamboo, plastic, and clay.
That means many people are buying bath mats from companies that have no safety standards, and the mats are often used to hang baby birds, wash dishes, or clean bathrooms.
In New York, a company must pay a $25 registration fee to get a license.
The licensing fee would go toward paying for safety inspections and testing, the state’s Attorney General, Andrew Weiss, told the Associated Press.
But if New York takes this step, it will be easier for people to purchase bath mats and save the state money.
Under the legislation, companies would have to provide safety certification to anyone who wants to use their mats.
That certification would be considered an exemption from inspection.
Under the bill, companies that receive an exemption would be required to submit safety reports, including how they met safety standards.
Companies would also have to submit annual safety audits, reports that show how their products are tested, and reports that provide details about their sales.
Under New York’s bill, the license would also be limited to companies that produce up to two mat sizes per year per family.
The size would have a maximum of 10 babies per mat.
As of January, companies had produced more than 3 million bath mats in New York.