AT&T says the state’s mandates to ban masks “override our company policies.”
A North Dakota lawmaker may have got more than he expected when lawmakers approved its proposal Monday to ban requirements for wearing face masks in the state where more than 1,400 inhabitants died on . That’s because of the disagreement about what the proposed law would actually do.
The bill, now on its way to the Senate, would prevent state and local officials, schools and businesses from issuing masks, according to local news Reports and the Greater North Dakota Chamber (GNDC), the largest nationwide advocacy group for companies opposing the anti-masking measure.
“We want to speak out against it in the Senate,” Matt Gardner, legislative director of GNDC, told CBS MoneyWatch. “A company must be able to protect its customers and employees the way it …