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Law’s Sharona Hoffman explains why airlines can put those who refuse face masks on a no-fly list

Coronavirus FAQ: Can an airline put you on a no-fly list for refusing to mask up?

NPRSharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, said that Delta’s no-fly list for those who refuse to wear face masks is perfectly within its scope of rights. The legal reasoning is pretty straightforward, she said: “They’re a private business, and private businesses can have rules.”