It’s called the CCSC License (California Concealed Straw Carry), and you can bet your sippy-cup it will be tough bitch to get.
Normally it’s a crime to carry either a ‘full or an empty’ straw in public in California. It doesn’t matter whether you are carrying a concealed straw or one that is openly carried or displayed in a beverage.
Unless you have a CCSC (California Concealed Straw Carry) license, publicly carrying a straw in California is against the law… period.
But you may be issued a permit to carry “a straw, flexible or fixed, or other flexible sipping impliment capable of being concealed upon the person” if:
- You are of good moral character;
- Good cause exists for issuance of the license because you or a member of your family has an unquenchable thirst;
- You meet certain residency requirements; and
- You have completed an acceptable course of straw, and straw sipping techniques training.
And don’t forget your $Million $Dollar Humane Safe Straw Storage and Disposal Guarantee Bond. Don’t leave home without it.
**Thanks Anon in MT