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Wearing a hoodie in public in Oklahoma could soon net you $500 fine



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Wearing a hoodie in a public space in Oklahoma may soon be against the law and fetch you a $500 fine. Oklahoma City reports that the state has had a law on their books since the ‘20s that bans the use of hoods during crimes. The law originated because of the KKK and their actions. The intent of Senate Bill 13 is to make businesses and public places safer by ensuring that people cannot conceal their identities for the purpose of crime or harassment.

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