The 50 Craziest, Most Bizarre Laws in Every State (2022)

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There's no doubt about it: There are some crazy, bizarre state laws that exist in the United States. Sure, they may have made sense when they were written, but today these truly weird state facts about American laws are enough to make anyone question why they were created in the first place — not to mention they make for some great random trivia to stump your friends! Who knew, for instance, that it's illegal for a donkey to sleep in a bathtub in Arizona, or that you technically can't send your friends a surprise pizza in Louisiana?

Many of these antiquated laws may no longer be enforced today, but it's definitely still a blast to think about how they were once necessary (and somehow still exist, in some cases!). From random facts about food to truly ridiculous rules about animals in every state, get ready to laugh, gawk, and master your side-eye while clicking through the most absurd laws and bans in the great United States.

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In Alabama ... it's illegal to drive blindfolded.

Sounds like word didn't make it to everyone in the Yellowhammer State about the common phrase "Keep your eyes on the road." One Alabama law prohibits driving while blindfolded. Our eyes are wide open after hearing this one!

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In Alaska ... you can't put an animal in the back of an open vehicle.

To a dog, nothing sparks more joy than the cool breeze of the open road. However, in Alaska, the back of an open vehicle is off-limits unless the dog's tail wags 46 inches or higher. The law was put into effect after one pup was reported as a public nuisance. Ruff life!

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In Arizona ... it's illegal for a donkey to sleep in a bathtub.

In the 1920's, a local dam broke, flooding a rancher's home. The rancher's donkey had become accustomed to sleeping in the bathtub, which filled with water and whisked him miles away. After working to rescue the animal, the town passed a law that prohibits donkeys from sleeping in the bathtub (though it's okay for them to stand in one!).

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In Arkansas ... you can't honk your horn near a sandwich shop after 9 p.m.

A hangry fool may be to blame for this law, but hey, most of the sandwich shops are closed in the sleepy state of Arkansas by 9 p.m. anyway. If you do feel the urge to honk after hours, you'll be disturbing the peace and you'll still be hungry.

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In California ... it's illegal to whistle for a lost canary before 7 a.m.

We're not entirely sure how this bizarre law came about, but according to California.com, the city of Berkeley, CA prohibits anyone from whistling for their lost canary before the wee hours of 7 a.m. Here's to hoping we don't lose our canaries!

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In Colorado ... it's illegal to keep a couch on your porch.

Boulder busted the University of Colorado for burning couches, causing a law to go into effect that keeps couches and porches mutually exclusive. This law is currently active — but the verdict is still out as to whether it actually prevented any couch bonfires.

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In Connecticut ... a pickle must be able to bounce.

Here's a law that puts Connecticut farmers in quite a pickle. In 1948, two men were arrested for selling pickles that were "unfit for human consumption." Discussing ways to check for good pickles, officials declared that a pickle is legitimate only if it bounces. The pickles in question did not bounce — so the two men were arrested and fined, and the pickles were destroyed!

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In Delaware ... you can't sell dog hair.

State residents of Delaware are barred from selling the hair of a dog or cat. We wonder how much money residents used to be able to cash in for all the hair left on the sofa.

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In Florida ... legal parking fees toward animals must be paid.

Sounds like Jumanji was real once upon a time in Florida, because legal fees have to be paid for animal parking — including elephants, camels and horses. According to Country Living, this law took effect in the 1920s, when the Ringling Bros. Circus moved its winter show operations to Florida.

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In Georgia ... it's illegal to live on a boat for more than 30 days.

Oh buoy! If you're planning to retire on a boat, the Peach State is definitely not the place for you. According to state law, it is prohibited to live on a boat for more than a month.

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In Hawaii ... it's illegal to place a coin in one's ear.

Magic shows must be boring in the Rainbow State. Apparently, this strange law was enacted to protect the Kingdom of Hawaii coinage, when Hawaii officially joined the United States in 1900.

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In Idaho ... it's illegal to sweep debris into the streets.

One man's trash is certainly not another man's treasure in Idaho, as it's illegal to sweep debris onto streets, highways, alleys, or any road used for public travel. If only other cities would enforce this law!

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In Illinois ... it's legal for underage culinary students to drink alcohol.

In 2012, the state passed a law nicknamed "Sip and Spit," which allows culinary students under 21 years of age to legally taste (by sipping and spitting) alcoholic beverages, based on the reasoning that students need to learn how to taste wine during their early years of culinary school. Cheers to a well-rounded, or should we say full-bodied, learning experience!

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In Indiana ... it's illegal to ride a horse above 10 MPH.

Hopefully your horse has a speedometer! No horse shall be "driven" at a speed above 10 MPH in Indiana, due to high-speed horse races back in the day.

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In Iowa ... you can't throw a brick onto a highway.

This Corn State law seems to be written in stone. Throwing bricks — or any other "dangerous instruments or toys," for that matter — onto a highway, street, or any public ground is prohibited in Iowa, unless you have written permission from the City Council.

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In Kansas ... tire screeching is banned.

Another disturbing-the-peace victim for ya! If you live in Kansas, make sure your gears are greased and your tires are checked — as tire screeching is not only considered unlawful, but painfully annoying to listen to.

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In Kentucky ... a woman cannot marry the same man four times.

According to Woman's Day, a law in Kentucky forbids a woman from marrying the same man more than three times. Hopefully, third time really is the charm!

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In Louisiana ... it's illegal to send a surprise pizza.

Well, we sure do wish this would happen more to us, but sending an unprompted pizza is actually considered harassment in Louisiana! Triple check your address if you live in the Pelican State, or else you may be handing over a $500 fine.

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In Maine ... it's illegal to park in front of Dunkin' Donuts.

You donut even know how much the town of South Berwick, Maine, loves its Dunkin' Donuts coffee. This law was enacted because the coffee and donut chain is a hot-spot and the parking lot can turn into a mega traffic jam. Talk about a caffeine rush!

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In Maryland ... sleeveless shirts are banned in public parks.

You definitely won't like this one if you're a fan of muscle tees: In Baltimore, it's technically considered a park rule violation to be in a public park with a sleeveless shirt (yes, even if you're out for a run)!

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In Massachusetts ... it's illegal to tell fortunes without certification.

Another hurdle: A fortune teller must live in Massachusetts for at least one year in order to apply for a license. This law helps prohibit psychics from taking all of your mullah in exchange for false predictions.

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In Michigan ... you can't sell your vehicle on a Sunday.

This law was enacted way back in 1953: It is unlawful to sell, trade or buy motor vehicles on a Sunday in Michigan due to religious reasons. According to the Wolverine State, time is better spent with family, friends or at church.

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In Minnesota ... dirty tires are banned.

Driving through Minnesota soon? Make sure to get your car washed prior, as dirty tires are considered a public nuisance if they deposit mud, dirt, or other substances on a street or highway!

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In Mississippi ... nutrition labels cannot be enforced.

In 2013, lawmakers barred towns from forcing restaurants to include nutrition information or calorie counts on menus. The same bill — also known as the Anti-Bloomberg Bill — bans communities from requiring restaurants to limit portion sizes. At least you're kept in the dark when it's cheat day?

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In Missouri ... bear wrestling is banned.

We all love a good bear hug now and then, but the real deal is outlawed in Missouri. This law was initiated due to animal cruelty violations, and is still in effect today!

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In Montana ... it's illegal to give a rat as a present.

Bad news if you were planning to have a pet rat in Big Sky Country: In Montana, it is unlawful to raise, sell, or give away rats except as food for reptiles, birds of prey, or both.

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In Nebraska ... you can't get married if you have a venereal disease.

According to this law, a person afflicted with a "venereal disease" (that's a nice way of saying STDs!) can't marry in the state of Nebraska.

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In Nevada ... it's illegal to sit on sidewalks.

The Silver State never sleeps — or even rests for that matter. It's unlawful to sit or lie down on public sidewalks in Reno, Nevada, as it interferes with the primary purpose of the sidewalk and threatens public safety.

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In New Hampshire ... it's unlawful to pick up seaweed off the beach.

In 1973, New Hampshire outlawed carrying or picking up seaweed off the beach at night. It's rumored that in colonial times, seaweed was used as fertilizer and was thus a hot commodity.

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In New Jersey ... bullet-proof vests are banned while committing a crime.

Amended in 1999, this Garden State law prohibits people from wearing a bullet-proof vest while you're committing — or attempting to commit — a crime. If caught, a person can be charged separately for it!

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What are the craziest laws in the United States? ›

Don't Drive Blindfolded in Alabama

You can't wash your neighbour's car without permission in Los Angeles. It's illegal to drive while your dog is tethered to your car in Alaska. You can't drive a car in reverse in public roads in Arizona. You're not allowed to drive a black car on a Sunday in Denver, Colorado.

What law is most weird? ›

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4 Aug 2022

What are weird laws in Texas? ›

Most People Don't Know That These 12 Things Are Actually Illegal In Texas
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  • Milking someone else's cow. ...
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  • In Clarendon, it is a crime to dust a public building with a feather duster.
3 Feb 2022

Is it illegal to sing in a bathing suit in Florida? ›

Illegal Singing: It is actually illegal to sing in the state of Florida when you are in your swimsuit. Hence, any time a person is on a beach party and is caught singing, they may actually be guilty of breaking this law.

Can you drive a black car in Denver on Sundays? ›

As explained by Western Slope Driving Institute, in Denver it's illegal to drive a black car on a Sunday.

Is it illegal to brush your teeth twice a day in Russia? ›

It's Illegal To Brush Your Teeth More Than Twice A Day In Russia.

Is it illegal to not drink milk in Utah? ›

It is illegal to not drink milk

On the subject of what you can and can't drink in Utah, it seems that the state is not the friendliest for those who are lactose intolerant. In the state, it is illegal to not drink milk, which leads one to wonder if Utah's dairy farmers had something to do with state lawmaking.

What are weird laws in states? ›

In California ... it's illegal to whistle for a lost canary before 7 a.m. We're not entirely sure how this bizarre law came about, but according to California.com, the city of Berkeley, CA prohibits anyone from whistling for their lost canary before the wee hours of 7 a.m. Here's to hoping we don't lose our canaries!

What is the weirdest law in Illinois? ›

Some of the weird Chicago laws that are still on the books border on the bizarre: it is illegal for a Chicagoan to dine in a restaurant that is on fire; it's illegal for dogs to drink whiskey; it's illegal for your pet to have poor hygiene; you might be picked up as a vagrant if you have less than $1 on you.

What are some weird laws in North Carolina? ›

Strange North Carolina Laws That Will Have You Scratching Your...
  • In the state of North Carolina, it is illegal to serve alcohol during a game of bingo. ...
  • Elephants may not be used to plow cotton fields in the state of North Carolina. ...
  • Southern Shores, NC: No rollerblading on any highway.

What are weird laws in Pennsylvania? ›

Four Pennsylvania laws that are just plain weird
  • A bedroom may not be more than 200 feet from a bathroom. ...
  • Fortune telling is illegal for personal gain. ...
  • No purchasing of vehicles on Sundays. ...
  • Catching fish with your bare hands is illegal.
6 Jul 2022

What are some weird laws in Georgia? ›

Strange and Obscure Laws Georgia Drivers Don't Know About
  • Georgia's “Move Over” Law. ...
  • No Spitting in Marietta, Georgia. ...
  • You Can Drive Without Shoes. ...
  • It's Illegal to Drive with Headphones. ...
  • A Bike is Considered a Vehicle. ...
  • Headlights Must Be On in the Rain. ...
  • It's Illegal to Text in a Car (Even When It's Stopped)
18 Jul 2019

What are some weird laws in Kentucky? ›

Odd KY Laws
  • A woman cannot remarry the same man more than three times. ...
  • It is illegal to fish with a bow and arrow. ...
  • No female in a bikini shall appear on any Kentucky highway unless she is accompanied by at least two police officers, or is armed with a club.
1 Mar 2016

What are weird laws in Louisiana? ›

Strange Laws

Here are some of the strangest state of Louisiana laws you might not have known: You may not tie an alligator to a fire hydrant. Snakes are not allowed within 200 yards of the Mardi Gras parade route. Snoring is prohibited unless all bedroom windows are closed and securely locked.

Can you drive barefoot in Florida? ›

Most individuals believe that driving barefoot is illegal in the U.S., but as it turns out, it is not. No law directly states driving barefoot is unlawful.

Is passing wind illegal in Florida? ›

No farting

In Florida, it's illegal to fart in a public place after 6 p.m.! So it might be a good idea to stay away from that second helping of beans!

Is it illegal to spit on the sidewalk in Florida? ›

Generally speaking, if you are in custody and you spit on the ground, law enforcement can use it against you by charging you for it – because it is technical illegal in Florida to spit on the sidewalk.

Why can't you buy a car in Colorado on Sunday? ›

§ 44-20-303 (2020). The stated purpose for such Sunday car sales bans is to give workers a day off. Because car sales employees tend to work long hours, having Sundays off is a way to ensure they get a break and have time to spend with their families.

Is it illegal to borrow your neighbor's vacuum in Colorado? ›

There is no law - not in the state of Colorado, in any county, town, or municipality, or even on a federal level - that prohibits lending someone a vacuum.

Does Colorado have blue laws? ›

Since 2002, 13 states, including Colorado, have repealed "blue laws" restricting liquor sales on Sundays, while 15 others, from Montana to Georgia, still have the laws on the books.

Is peanut butter illegal in Russia? ›

Is peanut butter banned in Russia? The notion that peanut butter is banned in Russia seems to be exaggerated by Stranger Things. In reality, Russia has never implemented a ban on peanut butter, but it was very difficult to find during the 1980s era of the Soviet Union.

What can't you do in Russia? ›

11 Things Tourists Should Never Do While Visiting Russia
  • Don't wear your shoes inside. ...
  • Don't whistle indoors. ...
  • Don't leave empty bottles on the table. ...
  • Don't smile all the time. ...
  • Don't sit by the corner of the table. ...
  • Don't shake hands with gloves on. ...
  • Don't shake hands over a threshold. ...
  • Always take part in toasts.

What does thumbs up mean in Russia? ›

That innocent "thumbs up"? In Greece, Latin America, the Middle East, Russia and several other places, it actually means "up yours."

Is it illegal to dance in Utah? ›

While dancing itself isn't illegal, hosting a public dancing event is... unless you obtain permission from the City Council first.

Is it illegal to burp in church in Nebraska? ›

Children Mustn't Burp In Church

A strange Nebraska law encourages children to be extra respectful, however; unless they want their parents to get in trouble. According to Nebraska law, a parent can be placed under arrest if his or her child burps during church.

Is singing off key illegal in NC? ›

No Singing Off Key

In North Carolina, it's against the law to sing off key! So pretty much anyone who has sung at a karaoke bar has broken this law. The origin of this weird law dates back to the 19th century. Legend has it that a man in Lumberton, North Carolina was fined for singing loudly and poorly.

Is it illegal to talk in an elevator in New York? ›

It is against the law in New York State to speak to anyone in an elevator. In addition, elevator passengers should fold their hands while looking toward the door. In New York State it is illegal to greet another person by “putting one's thumb to the nose and wiggling the fingers."

Is it illegal to send a surprise pizza in Louisiana? ›

In Louisiana, it's illegal to send a surprise pizza. If you send a pizza to someone who is not expecting it, it is considered harassment.

Is it illegal to rip money? ›

According to Title 18, Chapter 17 of the U.S. Code, which sets out crimes related to coins and currency, anyone who “alters, defaces, mutilates, impairs, diminishes, falsifies, scales, or lightens” coins can face fines or prison time.

What is the weirdest law in Iowa? ›

Here Are 10 Of The Weirdest Laws Ever Passed In Iowa
  • It's illegal for mustached men to kiss women in public. ...
  • It's illegal for a kiss to last longer than five minutes. ...
  • It's illegal to sell drugs without a drug tax stamp. ...
  • According to Iowa law, one-armed piano players must perform for free.
9 Sept 2021

What are some weird laws in Colorado? ›

The Silliest Laws in Colorado
  • It is against the law to ride a horse while intoxicated.
  • It is unlawful to mutilate rocks in a state park.
  • It is allowable for persons to rip tags off of pillows and mattresses.
17 Dec 2019

What is the weirdest law in Rhode Island? ›

In Rhode Island, you can face up to 20 years in prison if you "put out an eye, slit the nose, ear, or lip, or cut off, bite off, or disable any limb or member of another."

What are weird laws in West Virginia? ›

Whistling underwater is prohibited. It is legal for a male to have sex with an animal as long as it does not exceed 40 lbs. It is illegal to snooze on a train. A person may not hold public office if he or she has ever participated in a duel.

What are the weird laws of Montana? ›

The 8 Weirdest, Strangest, and Stupidest Laws in Montana
  • Don't play 'folf' at night.
  • Don't carry large-caliber weapons to council proceedings.
  • Raising rats is prohibited.
  • Pool tables must be visible from the street outside a billiard hall where they are located.
  • Pretending to kill an animal in front of a minor is illegal.

Why can't you put ice cream in your pocket? ›

Alabama. Throughout Alabama, it's illegal for a person to walk down the street with an ice cream cone in their back pocket. Back when most people got around on horseback, horse thieves would put ice cream in their pocket to lure horses away without being charged with stealing.

What are weird laws in Connecticut? ›

Weird Connecticut State Laws
  • It is illegal to call a pickle a pickle unless it bounces. ...
  • It is illegal for two people who are married to kiss in public on a Sunday. ...
  • Town records can't be stored in the same place where liquor is sold. ...
  • Beauticians and stylists may not hum, sing, or whistle while working.
11 Jun 2021

What is the weirdest law in Maine? ›

1. In Maine, it's illegal to step out of an airplane once it's in flight. Remember to pack your parachute if you're prone to changing your mind.

What are some weird laws in Kansas? ›

The 8 Weirdest, Strangest, and Stupidest Laws in Kansas
  • Whistling in the streets at night is prohibited.
  • Don't picket at a funeral.
  • It is illegal to ride an animal on the road.
  • Don't screech your tires.
  • Honking at horses is crucial.
  • No cherry pie á la mode on Sundays.
  • Don't shoot rabbits from motorboats.

Is there a law about showering in Kentucky? ›

All Kentucky citizens are required to shower at least once per year.

When can you not buy alcohol in Kentucky? ›

The state default end time for alcohol sales is midnight. KRS 244.290, KRS 244.480 Daylight savings time ends at 2:00 a.m. on the first Sunday of November. As such, at 2:00 a.m., clocks are set back to 1:00 a.m. Since this occurs after midnight, it has no effect on the state default sales end time.

What are some weird laws in Oklahoma? ›

Silly Oklahoma Laws
  • Citizens should take care in how they interact with a dog. ...
  • When paying respect at a funeral in Oklahoma City, never tip over a casket. ...
  • Never take a bite out of another individual's hamburger. ...
  • When having an overwhelming desire to spit, spit in the grass. ...
  • Women Can't 'Do' Their Own Hair.

Is it illegal to tie an alligator to a fire hydrant in Louisiana? ›

It is also illegal to tie an alligator to a fire hydrant in New Orleans. All cited laws are real and currently in effect. In the State of Louisiana, it is a crime for fans at a sports event to insult or disparage the players.

Is driving barefoot illegal? ›

Technically, it isn't illegal in and of itself to drive barefoot in that it's not covered, specifically, by the Road Traffic Act 1961 (Revised 2017).

Is it illegal to not drink milk in Utah? ›

It is illegal to not drink milk

On the subject of what you can and can't drink in Utah, it seems that the state is not the friendliest for those who are lactose intolerant. In the state, it is illegal to not drink milk, which leads one to wonder if Utah's dairy farmers had something to do with state lawmaking.

Is driving with headphones illegal? ›

Since there's no federal guideline banning driving with headphones, it's all up to state laws. Some states specifically cite safety concerns in making it illegal to drive with headphones or earbuds -- while laws in other states are much more hands-off.

Can you sleep in your car in Tennessee? ›

Is Sleeping In Your Vehicle Allowed at Tennessee Rest Areas? Yes, but not overnight. TDOT itself has not adopted any policies against sleeping in your vehicle while at a rest area. However, because TDOT's rest areas have a stingy two-hour time limit, you may have to cut your sleep short.

Can you drive with crocs? ›

But Crocs are made of comfortable material and include an ankle strap, which means they're easy to wear for long periods of time, and they won't easily come off your feet. That said, while Crocs are ideal driving shoes for any distance, you'll **typically be better off avoiding the slip-on Crocs.

What is the most broken law in the US? ›

Speeding – It's no surprise that speeding is one of the most commonly broken laws. In fact, roughly 112,000 people get a speeding ticket every day! One of the biggest reasons police target speeders is because speeding is one of the leading causes of crashes and injuries on our roads.

What is illegal in USA? ›

Prohibited and Restricted Items
  • Absinthe (Alcohol) ...
  • Alcoholic Beverages. ...
  • Automobiles. ...
  • Biologicals. ...
  • Ceramic Tableware. ...
  • Cultural Artifacts and Cultural Property. ...
  • Defense Articles or Items with Military or Proliferation Applications. ...
  • Dog and Cat Fur.
23 Mar 2022

Is singing off key illegal in NC? ›

No Singing Off Key

In North Carolina, it's against the law to sing off key! So pretty much anyone who has sung at a karaoke bar has broken this law. The origin of this weird law dates back to the 19th century. Legend has it that a man in Lumberton, North Carolina was fined for singing loudly and poorly.

Is it illegal to dance in Utah? ›

While dancing itself isn't illegal, hosting a public dancing event is... unless you obtain permission from the City Council first.

Is it illegal to burp in church in Nebraska? ›

Children Mustn't Burp In Church

A strange Nebraska law encourages children to be extra respectful, however; unless they want their parents to get in trouble. According to Nebraska law, a parent can be placed under arrest if his or her child burps during church.

Is Coffee legal in Utah? ›

The rules prohibit alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs and coffee and tea. They are based on what church members believe was a revelation from God to founder Joseph Smith in 1833.

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