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Washington town bans body odor, foul language from public places

burien_kiroWhy do I get the feeling this town is run by liberal Democrats?  On Wednesday, Fox Baltimore reported that the town of Burien, Washington, passed an ordinance banning bad body odor and foul language from those visiting city parks, city hall, and even the library.  The measure also forbids people from not wearing enough clothing.

Those who run afoul of the measure can be banned from public places for a year.

According to Fox, city officials say the ordinance is necessary to protect the public from foul smells.

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