Targeted businesses call to “defund” the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. “This was never about bars. This is about freedom.”
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Small-business owners who make more than 51 percent of their revenue from alcohol sales say the governor’s order keeping them closed is a “death sentence.”
Dallas’ county judge seems to be leading a rebellion of local governments against the Texas governor and his attempt to reopen the state.
North Texans rally at Dallas’ Dealey Plaza to call for restoring all jobs.
At a Wednesday morning rally in support of a North Texas businesswoman, grassroots activists and leaders demanded action from the governor.
After the governor’s announcement, disappointment and anger are the prevailing attitudes among many North Texas grassroots.
“It’s particularly disappointing when he decides that he can eliminate ANY use of ANY salon, no matter how carefully it operates, but allow your Petri Dish Day Care facility to operate however it wants.”
County Judge Chris Hill advises the governor to eliminate his artificial distinction between essential and non-essential businesses so all Texans can provide for their families.
“All businesses are essential” is the common theme among officials and citizens urging the governor to lift restrictions and release a plan to get Texas back to work.