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Mohave County supervisors consider dress code

KINGMAN – The way you dress could determine in the future whether you are allowed to attend a Mohave County Board of Supervisors meeting.

The board plans to meet in executive session March 1 to discuss changes in the county’s rules of order that would ban tank tops, halter tops, muscle shirts, miniskirts, hats, headbands or head scarves and hats.

Shoes would be required to be worn at all times and underwear must not be exposed.

Starting March 1, all weapons are prohibited inside the Mohave County administration building in Kingman.

About a dozen storage lockers were already available to store weapons and more are expected.

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