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Salt Lake City Bar Sparks Controversy with ‘No Zionists’ Policy: Civil Liberties at the Forefront

by Sonia Park
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Salt Lake City Bar Sparks Controversy with 'No Zionists' Policy: Civil Liberties at the Forefront

A Salt Lake City bar, Weathered Waves Bar, has ignited controversy by introducing a "No Zionists" policy, drawing attention to issues of ideology, inclusivity, and civil liberties. The owner insists that the policy is aimed at curbing hate speech, emphasizing that the bar remains open to patrons of all religions, including Judaism. However, critics argue that the ban raises concerns about potential infringements on civil liberties. The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Services has flagged the issue, prompting an investigation by the state Attorney General's office.

The controversy emerged when Weathered Waves Bar implemented a policy explicitly stating "No. . .

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