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Arizona governor signs order banning hair discrimination.

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Posted By: Navydad, 3/19/2023 10:51:25 AM

PHOENIX  — Gov. Katie Hobbs has signed an executive order banning racial discrimination based on a person’s hair in Arizona. Before officially signing the order Friday afternoon at the Executive Tower, Hobbs said the order will mean state employees and contractors won’t have to worry about losing work for simply wearing their natural hair. CORRECTIONS*


The border is being over-run, drugs are killing our residents, banks are failing, and this is her priority? Hobbs is a moron!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: formerNYer 3/19/2023 10:54:54 AM (No. 1428618)
The fake Governor!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Cindiana 3/19/2023 11:06:43 AM (No. 1428629)
True, #1, and apparently she doesn't have anything more pressing on her to-do list.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: edgar 3/19/2023 11:09:47 AM (No. 1428634)
FTA "Advocates have cited instances from around the country.." However, the columnist could not identify one for their column. Too much work, apparently.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 3/19/2023 11:12:40 AM (No. 1428637)
Hobbs is unqualified for any elected office. She is a tremendous loser. Her version of a work day is to send multiple virtue signals,
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Reply 5 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 3/19/2023 11:22:27 AM (No. 1428642)
Important stuff! The border is being overrun by illegals and she worries about the hair of blacks. Tell me again how she was fairly elected as governor.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: reefdiver 3/19/2023 11:41:52 AM (No. 1428654)
Hair is racist?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: nooneofconsequence 3/19/2023 11:42:49 AM (No. 1428656)
Thank god! MLK did not die in vain..
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Reply 8 - Posted by: stablemoney 3/19/2023 11:45:58 AM (No. 1428660)
The problem is the left wants to ban discrimination between good and bad. With Democrats running everything, everything will be bad, and you won't like it.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: marbles 3/19/2023 11:47:08 AM (No. 1428662)
Does this allow for a white person to wear cornrows?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 3/19/2023 11:54:57 AM (No. 1428669)
Excuse me - - excuse me - - but - - but how do "dregs" qualify as "natural hair"? Dregs are highly stylized. No person of any race - - is born with twirled and interlocking hair bobs. I suppose - - and I'm just guessing - - that "white" people will be allowed to walk into the office with two-foot spikes jutting out of their heads. Yup - - I'm sure Arizonans are really happy - - that they gave this moron enough votes to make it possible for her to steal the election. Thank you, Arizona!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: WV.Hillbilly 3/19/2023 11:56:39 AM (No. 1428670)
But only applies to state employees. These are the same people who've been lecturing us about "if you want to keep your job, you have to get vaccinated." and "You don't have First Amendment rights at work." If your employer wants you to shave your head as a condition of employment, you do it or look for a new job.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: nooneofconsequence 3/19/2023 12:09:36 PM (No. 1428683)
I remember a supervisor sending me home one time mid-morning to shave off a few days growth of beard. My job did not involve any in-person interactions with customers. I liked my job and I was being paid, so I did it.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: TarAndFeathers 3/19/2023 12:19:49 PM (No. 1428685)
Just as in 2020, selections have consequences.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Encore 3/19/2023 12:27:36 PM (No. 1428692)
Obviously the ‘DEI’ thing to do would be for everyone to shave their heads. No hair, no difference. So what, ‘white men can’t jump’? Okay, nobody gets to jump, I’m making a new law! Feet on the floor at all times!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: smokincol 3/19/2023 12:28:41 PM (No. 1428694)
and this is the reason why some people in AZ voted for her???
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Illinois Mom 3/19/2023 12:31:53 PM (No. 1428695)
FTA: “More importantly is the message this sends to all Black women, men and children — that you deserve to feel comfortable wearing your natural hair at school and in the workplace without being perceived as unprofessional or suffering other negative consequences,” Hobbs said. " Nobody better ever think that "natural hair" is unprofessional ever again, there is now a law against it! I know that the lady in this story must be grateful that her hairstyle was "protected." No White people rules for her!
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Daisymay 3/19/2023 1:07:18 PM (No. 1428713)
They can say what they want about the "natural Hair of Black men and women, but to me, some of those Styles look like Lice Breeders. They look like every Bug in the outdoors, and maybe some living inside their homes, would love to nest is some of those idiotic Hair Styles. So, I guess you have the right to walk around looking like Freaks! Nobody can take that away from you!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: daisey 3/19/2023 1:17:25 PM (No. 1428726)
Hobbs is a corrupt as the rest of her party. Comes from the very top. And it’s not Biden. Someone else is running this clown show that is destroying this country.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: cheeflo 3/19/2023 1:40:28 PM (No. 1428748)
Taking care of the really important stuff.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: downnout 3/19/2023 1:53:25 PM (No. 1428759)
Glad to see Mizz Hobbs is taking care of the important issues in Arizona. /heavy sarcasm
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Sanddollar 3/19/2023 3:17:34 PM (No. 1428812)
My job performance reviews used to have a section about professional appearance. There were rules about what you could and could not wear. I guess due to everybody caring more about their ethnic/racial identity a professional dress code is now considered racist, etc.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: hope27 3/19/2023 3:52:51 PM (No. 1428832)
Sinaloa Cartel Uses Money Laundering, Bribes To Control Katie Hobbs And Public officials. Those who have received bribes include multi-state office holders, State House and State Senate, local office holders, county supervisors, judges in the Maricopa [Superior] Court, judges of some city courts, including two presiding judges, judges assistants, prosecutors within certain cities within Maricopa County, prosecutors for Maricopa County, peripheral legal specialists including attorneys, approved mental health care providers, as in court-appointed advisors and related specialists. In the Superior Court of Maricopa County and Pinal County and Pima County, at least 25% of the active judges have accepted bribes in exchange for protecting the racketeering activities. Bribe payments generally begin before the individual is even appointed to the bench. In the form of a fraudulent deed of trust--the purpose of having a fake deed of trust is to move cash without it being traceable. It was formed as a medium to attract those interested in politics and bribe them through the proper scheme to adopt positions of power and to further the goals and objectives of the cartel. Hobbs and her child therapist husband are accused of laundering cartel money through a minimum of 11 fraudulent deeds and mortgages. Explains why she did zero campaigning and removed all of the shipping containers, preventing illegal aliens from crossing the AZ border, the first week she was in office. The Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale has the highest attendance on the PGA Tour. Hobbs walked out onto the course to make her presence known and try to build some rapport with the crowd, she was instantly booed by the crowd. Rasmussen Reports and College Republicans United issued the results of a type of “late exit” poll on Friday that was conducted on Monday and Tuesday, revealing that likely Arizona voters said they voted for former Kari Lake over Katie Hobbs 51% to 43%. AZ Supreme Court will decide whether to hear the argument on the case this week, on 3/21.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: columba 3/19/2023 3:53:15 PM (No. 1428834)
This whole idea seems strange. I, as a matter of fact, have hair. It is simply there. I am not "wearing" my hair. I was born with it. It was dark brown and now is solid white.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: jimkata 3/19/2023 4:21:29 PM (No. 1428852)
Some work might be ok... but natural if that means long dreadlocks could be a problem. In the 70's my uncle worked on the production line at Caterpillar tractor and told me t his story. . A long hair employee on the line did not put his hair in a hairnet as required. One day his hair got caught in the factory line and ripped his scalp off. There usually are reasons for rules like this.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Miceal 3/19/2023 4:47:38 PM (No. 1428874)
She's a governor same as quid pro joe the fraud is a president.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: DVC 3/20/2023 12:23:17 AM (No. 1429101)
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Reply 27 - Posted by: broken01 3/20/2023 7:56:35 AM (No. 1429239)
It's nice to know that the "governor" of one of our border states has her priorities in order. Katie "run and hide in the restroom" Hobbs is a complete moron.
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