15 Weird Laws in the U.S.

Most, if not every, country in the world has strange laws that don’t make sense to outsiders – and sometimes, they even seem silly to insiders too. The question they provoke is: What were they thinking? Some reasons have been lost in the mists of time, while others may never have had a reason. Is

Weird Laws in Idaho

Idaho is one of those quiet states we really don’t hear about much. In addition to being known for potatoes, Idaho also boasts upscale ski resorts, anti-government militias, and Yellowstone National Park. Idaho has the second largest Mormon population, eclipsed only by Utah. It also has one of the largest Basque populations outside of Europe.

Strange Laws in Texas

Texas. Love it or hate it, there are many aspects about Texas that are bigger than life. It’s the only state that was an independent country before it became a state. The flags of different six nations have flown over it at one time or another. For over a century, it was the largest state

Strange Laws in New York

New York is known for its beautiful lakes and mountains, a great wine growing region, and lots of farms, small towns, and resorts. Among its wonders, New York state contains New York City, the most populous city in the U.S. New York City has the largest concentration of billionaires anywhere on the globe, contains the

Weird Laws in Maryland

Maryland is a wonderful state. Located in the mid-Atlantic states, Maryland is a crossroads between the traditional North and South in the US. In the metropolitan Baltimore and Washington areas, you can find a vast array of businesses and services from around the world reflecting one of the most diverse populations in the country. Outside