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Not wearing a mask during COVID-19 health emergency isn’t a free speech right, appeals court says

  • The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that refusing to wear face masks at school board meetings during the COVID-19 outbreak is not protected speech under the First Amendment.
  • The court found that there is no First Amendment right to refuse to wear a mask during a public health emergency.
  • Two related cases were considered, involving officials in Freehold and Cranford, New Jersey.
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