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Latest News for Rockport (Unincorporated County Area), MA

Weymouth imposing regulations for 'bodywork' businesses
The Patriot Ledger Weymouth, MA
November 13, 2014

Come Jan. 1 previously unregulated businesses offering a range of so-called bodywork services will have to obtain licenses from the town and have all owners and employees undergo background checks.

In a move that could soon be followed by other communities, Weymouth’s board of health enacted regulations to close a loophole created in 2006 when the state took over regulation of massage businesses but exempted those offering services like Asian bodywork, reflexology and acupressure.

Police and local health officials say leaving those businesses unregulated could create a haven for prostitution and human trafficking.

“We felt this industry should be regulated,” Health Director Daniel McCormack said. “There’s direct contact with others, potential for communicable...  Read More