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The owners of the Federal American Grill decided to open their doors this weekend for in person dining. While the state is still mandating that restaurants be closed for in person dining, Harris county officials are not enforcing the order
“We’ve complied 100 percent until now. What I don’t like is that the government is picking and choosing which businesses win or lose. They are sinking the economy. We have to stand our ground and get people back to work.”
– Brice owner of Federal American Grill
While the owner is opening his restaurant despite the order from the state, he is still practicing social distancing guidelines. The restaurant is only operating at 30 percent capacity to ensure social distancing guidelines are being enforced.
Multiple agencies in Harris County were contacted regarding the restaurant defying the order to remain closed to in person dining, and all of them said a different agency was responsible for enforcing the order.
Meanwhile in Dallas Texas a salon owner was issued a cease and desist from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins. The salon owner opened her business in a limited capacity and after refusing to adhere to warning from law enforcement she got the cease and desist
24 hours after getting the cease and desist salon owner, Shelley Luther, ripped it up during a protest.
Business owners across America are getting increasingly frustrated with states’ orders to remain closed. They need to be able to go back to work so that they can support themselves and their families.