Masks, Dress Codes, and Public Health

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Okay, so…I’m going to talk about two different things in this article, but both boil down to the same point: The highly politicized nature of public health and the unwillingness of too many people to wear a simple item of clothing.

Also, these two different things do have something in common:

Texas.

The Paris Independent School District

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