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In the News Today – July 31, 2020

Require face masks? Get sued. Lax requirements? Also get sued: Stores, restaurants and other businesses that serve the public are caught in a bind over rules requiring customers to wear masks, according to a report in Legal Newsline. Businesses must enforce mask requirements to prevent employees and customers from getting sick, but the Americans with Disabilities Act and state equivalents could expose them to litigation by people who say they have health conditions that prevent them from wearing masks.

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