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March 28, 2001
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A fervently Orthodox Israeli legislator proposed legislation requiring a dress code for civil servants, as well as bank tellers, supermarket cashiers and other clerks who work in positions that have contact with the public. Shas Knesset member Amnon Cohen said the legislation is aimed at preventing discomfort for the fervently Orthodox public caused by what was termed “revealing” clothing that some women wear during the summer.

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