A Minnesota barber who tried to reopen his business during the Coronavirus lockdown is now facing up to $25,000 in fines.
Democrat Governor Tim Walz announced a ‘shelter-in-place’ order on March 25 and extended it twice, putting financial stress on many small ‘non-essential’ businesses.
Milan Dennie, the owner of King Milan’s Barber Shop in St. Paul said he initially complied with the governor’s Coronavirus lockdown order and temporarily closed his business.
However, the twice-extended shutdown left Dennie “starving” so he attempted to reopen his business.
“I’m not trying to be disrespectful in any way to his rules or laws, but it’s unfair” Dennie said, according to Twin Cities.
“I’m a business owner who is required by the state to go to school and learn (safety protocols),” […]
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