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      Many people believe that businesses have the “right” to enact mask “requirements.” They say: It’s like No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service. Actually this is FALSE. First of all, businesses can pass policies but any policy that violates the Constitution is unlawful and unconstitutional. That is what these “restrictions” are…and we need to stand up against these and educate business owners about their liability. Secondly, most businesses are considered public accommodations, and therefore they cannot discriminate against us for not wearing a cloth over our face. Peggy Hall does a great job at explaining this on her website: http://www.thehealthyamerican.org.

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