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All Hallows’ Eve is one of the most celebrated events in the US. Costumes and candy float through the streets as children, teens, and even adults dress as their favorite characters and run door to door asking for goodies.

However, some states and cities are implementing new restrictions on October 31st.

For example, If you happen to visit Hollywood for Halloween, don’t even think about trying to buy Silly String. This can become a hazard to surrounding people, motorcyclists and even police on horseback as they may slip and/or fall. Discarding the cans, selling or buying, and using this product on Halloween can be followed with a $1000 fine.

In Alabama, it’s against the law to dress as any member of any religion in Alabama. Such as a minister of any kind, or a rabbi, or nun, or any one of the clergy. If found guilty of this crime a 500$ fine or a year in jail could be permitted.

In Belleville, Indiana, it is illegal to trick or treat if you are over the age of 12. The penalty is unclear, but being arrested and taken home is a  big disadvantage to the fellow trick or treaters.

 

 

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