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Weird Laws

In the United States, it is unknown how many laws there are says Kowal Communications. Laws have been getting made over a span of 200 years. There are roughly 20,000 laws just governing the ownership of guns. If there are that many laws just for guns and it is an unknown how many laws there truly are, imagine how many laws are crazy, weird, and unnoticed.  

Singing any type of popular national and festive song out in public is illegal and you can get charges for copyright infringement. This all depends on how loud you are singing and with how many people. Typically you won’t get a ticket for this, BUT if you do get a noise complaint or are disrupting someone, you will be fined. Think about that next time you are at a restaurant and tell the staff that it is your birthday and they sing “Happy Birthday” to you! 48% of people get ticketed for singing these types of songs in the United States.

There are even some laws in Idaho that are unusual that many might break. In Pocatello Idaho, you are required by law to smile in public. "It is prohibited for pedestrians and motorists to display frowns, grimaces, scowls, threatening and glowering looks, gloomy and depressed facial appearances, generally all of which reflect unfavorably upon the city’s reputation."

In Alabama key parts of celebrating are illegal. Things such as spraying silly string, lighting smoke bombs, for throwing confetting is absolutely not allowed. “Any object ‘the purpose of which is to  create disagreeable odors’ are strictly illegal there,” as said in the Reader’s Digest. Bathing in public fountains is also illegal there for obvious reasons.

In Connecticut you better not even THINK about selling a pickle that doesn’t bounce. In 1948 a law was passed to prohibit selling any pickle that doesn’t bounce when dropped from one foot in the air. This law sure is weird but there is a story behind it. Two men were trying to sell unfit for human consumption pickles and the Food and Drug Administration said only REAL pickles bounce.   

In the United states there are so many laws that are odd and unknown. There are also a lot of laws that we all break everyday without even realizing it. Really simple things like speeding, using free wifi, and littering are all acts that happen constantly but could be prevented and stopped. Other odd laws like the pickle law in Connecticut are not as easy to prevent because not many know about it and I’m sure this law gets broken more than we know it.

Next Sporting Event

March 10th is the first track meet in Kuna don't miss it!


Featured Article


Overcrowding at Kuna High School has been a problem for many years. The school has over 1,400 students, and it was only built for 1,200. With the immense student body consistently getting bigger each year, many problems have been arising, including limited parking. While for years, the parking lot has been a problem, this year, a solution was formed: parking passes.

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  • downloadKuna, Idaho is a small town situated in southern Idaho, 19 miles from  Boise,  Kuna is one of the fastest growing places in Idaho and has tripled in population since 2000. Kuna is still considered a small town and has memorable events every year such as Kuna days, and most of the town coming out for a Friday night football game is not a rare sight. Kuna is home to Kuna Kavemen and it is where the Echo is based. Thank you for checking out information on our town and check the Echo for weekly updates!

  • prom

    This year, Prom will be held at the Knitting Factory in Downtown on April 29. The theme this year is “Dancing Downtown” and tickets are now being sold in room 213 from April 17 through April 28. A Single ticket is $30 and a Couple ticket is $50. If you aren’t able to purchase a ticket by April 28, tickets will be sold at the door at Prom, but there will be an additional fee. Also make sure to bring your student ID and your ticket to enter prom. Now go have fun dancing downtown!

  • Main Street

    Now that Spring is upon us, Kuna has decided to re-open the Kuna Farmers Market in city park on Main Street. Going to the farmers market is a great weekend activity with your family and friends. Vendors sell fresh produce, meat, eggs, flowers, and plants. They also sell a variety of delicious sweets, home baked breads, and crafters even sell unique handcrafted items. It’s opened every Saturday from 9am-Noon.