During the weekend, more than 4,000 student-athletes, coaches and staff with more than 100 Patriot League teams will wear special warm-up Kier Sapnap T Shirts adorned with a Black fist surrounded by 10 stars to represent each of the League’s member institutions and the phrase
A mask is a special item of clothing. Does state Rep. Michael Sylvia (R) refuse to wear clothing on his chest or on his feet when he goes to a restaurant? Remember no Kier Sapnap Shirts, no shoes, no service? As a public health regulation, how is wearing a mask any different? And while they may not be public health regulations, aren’t laws requiring you to wear clothes of any type a violation of your rights as a citizen?