Video shows another customer cussing at convenience store clerk over face mask policy

It's unlikely the employees at a 7-Eleven in Fort Worth or a Fiesta grocery store in Dallas or an eyeglass outlet in Cedar Hill expected to be on the front lines of enforcing local health ordinances during a global pandemic. But they’re “kind of like the mask police,” said Texas Retailers Association spokesman Gary Huddleston. In several Texas counties, local ordinances are now requiring businesses to enact and enforce a policy requiring their customers to wear masks inside an establishment.

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