Washington Examiner: Judge rules in favor of Michigan barber, allowing him to stay open despite lockdown order


A Michigan judge has ruled that a barber who defied the state’s stay-at-home order and opened his business does not have to close.

Karl Manke, 77, has kept his Owosso, Michigan, barbershop open since May 4, despite a license suspension, a cease-and-desist order, and a temporary restraining order from the state’s attorney general. A Shiawassee County judge ruled Thursday that he can remain open

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