- Apr 3, 2017
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- Manchester UK
your tstger distoring the term " right"No Shirt, No Mask, No Service? - FindLaw
I've said this before, as have others, but as long as the store isn't discriminating based on a protected base, they are 100% within their rights to show you the door.
Just to take this further down the logical chain, since we're talking about "rights." You have the right to not wear a mask, but that doesn't protect you from the consequences of not wearing a mask, which could include not being able to by your toilet paper or coffee at the grocery store. In turn, by denying you access to the store (which is the business owner's/manager's rights), you have the right to shop elsewhere. Everyone has to be accountable for their choices.
clearly if there is legal sanction you dont have the right not to wear a mask, you have the option to not compky with the law, as you do with any law, but you certainly dont have a right to do so
unless you invoke the universal declation of human rights, which doesnt apply to americans anyway and thats a bit silent on the topic of masks anyway, the right to free association, free movement etc is however in there.
there are varius court caes against the uk govenment for breach of the udhr pending