OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – A republican state senator in Oklahoma has introduced an amendment in the state that would ban people from concealing their identity while out and about. The proposal would include wearing hooded sweatshirts.

Violating would come with a five-hundred dollar fine.

To be clear, there would be exceptions. It wouldn’t apply to be dressing up for parties, parades, or holidays. It also would exempt people covering their faces because of religious beliefs.

The proposal would let people off the hook if they covered their faces for safety, medical purposes, or weather protection.

You can read much more about he story over on our affiliate KFOR’s webpage.

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