News talk 2014-01-23: In-store dress codes

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Orthodox Jews charged with human rights violations in New York City for in-store dress codes
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Mike Caro says:

Remember the common signs at restaurant doors from decades ago? You can still find them: “No shirt, no shoes, no service.”

I really don’t have much to say about this story, except — to the greatest extent practical — businesses should be free to make their own rules without fear of government. It also seems a bit awkward charging Jews with human rights violations, although that’s certainly possible. — MC




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