Freedom of Clothing and Appearance

Except as mutually agreed in contract, the right of any individual in a public area, or on private property with the owner's or tenant's implicit or explicit consent, to wear whatever clothes he wishes, or none, and to arrange, affix, and/or display hair and earrings or other ornaments, cannot be infringed.



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