No falling asleep in a cheese factory in Tennessee
If you're looking to curl up next to some Gouda, don't go to Memphis. Tennessee prohibits people from sleeping (or living) in any room of a "bakeshop, kitchen, dining room, confectionery, creamery, cheese factory, or place where food is prepared for sale, served, or sold." Just to be safe, don't even yawn when walking past a restaurant.
Only real butter is allowed in Wisconsin state prisons
Wisconsin believes no one should be subjected to margarine, not even incarcerated criminals. Under their oleo regulations, butter substitutes may not be served to "students, patients, or inmates of any state institution" unless a physician orders it for their health. Which explains why Wisconsin doctors get so many free Fabio posters from I Can't Believe It's Not Butter.
Rhode Island bakeries can't mark up cardboard
While RI law seemingly grants people in the baking biz the right to "permanently affix [a] name or mark on any bakery container" they own, that freedom does not apply to any cardboard or fiberboard containers. What's the point if you can't Sharpie all over a fiberboard cakebox?