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@892HFDV from Minnesota answered…1wk

Yes but they should be have their identity verified by a staff member (male or female) and should be required to provide a valid gov't issued photo ID (such as a driver's license) and display it throughout the duration of the ceremony.

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…2mos

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@92YHQCV from California answered…4mos

Yes, we should respect all cultural traditions, but their identity must be privately verified by a female staff member, just in case.

@8YVHZD3 from South Carolina answered…8mos

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Yes, but their face must be visible and must go through security checks.

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Yes, but their face must be visible and must go through security checks

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Yes, but their face must be visible and go through security checks.

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…10mos

@8XG6MV3 answered…11mos

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Yes, it is someone’s right to rebel or choose whether or not they abide by tradition

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@8WRGD39 from North Carolina answered…12mos

@8VC7WDN from North Carolina answered…1yr

@8TXPQL5 from California answered…1yr

Yes, but their identity must be privately verified by a female staff member of the same religion so they feel comfortable.

@8RBQDDP from Vermont answered…1yr

Yes, depending on the event, and as long as it is not deemed a threat to anyone

@8SGXQ5C from Colorado answered…1yr

Yes if a religion says women should wear face coverings in public then it is discrimination to not allow them to

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…1yr

Yes, but anyone under the age of 18 should not be allowed to wear it, and anyone wearing it must verify their identity, also, apply this to all religious clothing, not just the Niqab

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…1yr

Yes, but anyone under the age of 18 should not be allowed to wear it, and anyone wearing it must verify their identity

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…1yr

Yes, but anyone under the age of 18 should not be allowed to wear it

@8RSTXFT from Arizona answered…2yrs

Yes, anyone should be able to wear whatever they want, as long as it doesn't conflict with a general uniform.

@8QKJ7R9 from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, we must preserve religious freedom. With the current fear of Muslim attacks, virtually no attacker would wear clothes that easily identify them as Muslim anyway.

@8QK7JMV from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@8PRBVSN from GU answered…2yrs

Yes, I believe the Niqab comes from misogynistic ideas but clothing items shouldn't be controlled

@8P9GPTN from New York answered…2yrs

I and unsure and do not find it to be a very important issue anyway

@8NY47RM from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes, but must be removed for driver license and for confirming identification at traffic stops. Female officer if they request.

@6HDD83R from California answered…2yrs

No, Islamic clothing (e.g. Hijabs, burqas, niqabs, Chadors, Taqiyah, and other Islamic clothing) (for men and women) should be permanently and irrevocably banned in predominantly and potentially predominantly Republican states, U.S. territories, counties and county-equivalents, Washington D.C., cities, towns, villages, Indian reservations, Census Designated Areas (CDP's) and other unincorporated areas and unincorporated communities, etc

@8M98FV9 from Maryland answered…2yrs

Yes, so long as their identity can be verified quickly when necessary.

@8LY86H4 from Florida answered…2yrs

No because we should still be able to identify the person with the Niqab we cant.

@8JGSKD5 from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

yes, but there should be no resistance to revealing their identity, and their identity should be revealed

@8JN8BGC from Texas answered…2yrs

@8J9LC6P from Oregon answered…2yrs

No, Islam is a hateful and divisive religion. All religion should be kept out of government, and people need to keep their sexist and homophobic fairy tales in their homes.

@8FPLGKD from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but their identity must be privately verified by an appropriate staff member in civic ceremonies or meetings of large attendance. This should be the case for all face coverings regardless of culture, sex, or religion.

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@8CCT6FP from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No, America is a secular country and no one should be allowed to wear religious clothing outside of their place of worship or private residence.

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Yes, but their identity must be privately verified by a female staff member

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