The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has banned students or others on its campuses from covering their faces, The Boston Globe reported. College officials say that the rules are designed to promote safety. But Muslim groups say that the ban should have an exemption for those who wear face veils for religious reasons, as is the case with some Muslim women.
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