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Discrimination against United States uniform
Civil Rights (CVR) CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE 4
§ 40-g. Discrimination against United States uniform. A person who
excludes from the equal enjoyment of any accommodation, facility or
privilege furnished by innkeepers or common carriers, amusement or
resort, any person lawfully wearing the uniform of the army, navy,
marine corps or revenue cutter service of the United States, because of
that uniform, is guilty of a misdemeanor.