Several years after legalization, the state’s tattoo culture thrives

On Nov. 1, 2006, Oklahoma became the last state in the union to legalize.
Like Prohibition, which the state did not repeal until 1959, the issue long had been framed as one of moral responsibility. In America, tattoos were associated with the criminal fringe, even as soldiers returned home from wars with tattoos acquired while overseas.

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