Only one state – Montana – doesn’t allow employers to fire employees for any reason; contrary to predictions, Montana’s unemployment rate is lower than the national average.
Women can walk around topless in New York.
The US drinking age was raised from 18 to 21 due to the efforts of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). They successfully lobbied congress to create a law that imposed a federal penalty on any state that did not comply.
A man participating in a protest ride against mandatory helmet laws crashed his motorcycle and died because he wasn’t wearing a helmet.
In Australia you need to have completed a secondary education to become a prostitute.
It’s “illegal” to be fat in Japan. Your waistline is measured every year and if it’s too high, you are giving dieting guidance. Companies and local governments that fail to meet requirements will receive financial penalties.
First aid training is required to get a driver’s license in Germany in order to ensure that in the event of an accident other drivers will be able to help
In Alaska, anyone can perform a marriage and sign off on the marriage license.