A small biz fights for survival amid their refusal to wear a harmless piece of cloth around their faces during a time of plauge.
TKC LOVES small biz but this talking point falls flat given that this is a REAL debate that's costing taxpayers a great deal of time & money: "The owner contends they all have medical reasons for not wearing masks, which makes them exempt from the county’s mask mandate."
Fact is . . .
There are valid objections to the newly recognized vast & far reaching power of public health mandates often recommended by unelected officials. The conversation and debate deserves to be taken seriously.
Sadly, as midterms approach we can only expect an unproductive slap fight and here at TKC . . . Our blog community usually ends up contributing to the quotient of silliness.
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BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - The fight isn't over for a Blue Springs cafe. The owner of Rae's Cafe filed a counter petition Monday. In the claim, the attorney for Amanda Wohletz argues Jackson County's indoor mask mandate is unlawful.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Attorneys representing the owner of Rae's Cafe in Blue Springs have filed a counter claim against Jackson County officials in the ongoing legal saga over the restaurant's refusal to follow COVID-19 health orders. In the Sept. 17 filing, John M.
Rae's Café files counter claim calling mask mandate 'unlawful, nonsensical;' asks judge to award damages
BLUE SPRINGS, MO (KCTV) -- The battle over Jackson County's mask mandate has a new legal twist. The owner of the Rae's Café' wants damages and blasts how the county shut down her restaurant tuned private club. Attorneys representing Amanda Wohletz filed a counter petition packed with allegations of county employees targeting and harassing a small business owner.
Developing . . .