Originally, they were offering 13-year-olds $100 to come learn about sex during spring break.
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Do local officials actually have good evidence behind their decision to continue decreeing crippling citywide shutdowns?
Local officials are using questionable information—and changing their own rules—to keep the city shut down, prohibiting countless Austinites from making a living.
Austin Public Health could publicly punish businesses who don’t follow the mayor’s order to record an “activity log” of every customer.
Local officials also instituted penalties of six months in jail and fines up to $1,000 for anyone who violates their order.
Amid coronavirus concern, the mayor has ordered vast closures, restrictions, and a harsh penalty.
After canceling an economically vital $350 million festival because of coronavirus fears, the mayor told Austinites to go out to clubs.
A taxpayer funded health department is decorating trees in the Capital city with condoms and lubricant.