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Please reject CAIR complaint that attempts to force Dillards to allow hijabs to be worn on the sales floor.
The hijab is headwear that departs from a values neutral dress policy in a manner that could diminish the commercial ability to attract the greatest number of customers. Businesses are more likely to maximize sales if its personnel are not wearing attire that sets them apart from the public at large. To many people including many Muslim women, the hijab exemplifies Islamist oppression that is antithetical to the freedoms and liberties bestowed upon all women who are under the protection of the United States Constitution. Only a values neutral dress policy can be certain to prevent controversial employee attire that could hurt company sales, profits and reputation.
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Lowell A. Keig, Division Director
Texas Workforce Commission
Civil Rights Division
Ruth R. Hughs
Commissioner Representing Employers
Julian Alvarez III
Commissioner Representing Labor
Commissioner Representing the Public - Position vacant