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The brief argues that since Rae's Cafe is now Rae's Private Club, the business is in compliance with the county's mask mandate. It also alleges that Jackson County violated the owner's rights.
“This is yet another example of government bureaucrats attempting to exert the power that they have obtained, aggregated, and maintained by stoking fear throughout the pandemic. Exerting that power to shut down a private business is especially disturbing,” Attorney General Schmitt said.
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BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a legal brief in support of Rae's Cafe in Blue Springs. Schmitt is not a part of the lawsuit between the cafe's owner and Jackson County over county mask requirements. Instead he filed what is called an amicus brief.
THAT WAS CANCELED. IT WAS CANCELED THIS MORNING BY A JACKSON COUNTY JUDGE. IT WAS SET TO DECEID IFHE T JUDGE SHOULD ISSUE AN INJUNCTION TO CLOSE. ANYONE WHO PAYS A FEE CAN GET IN SINCE IT CONSIDERS ITSELF A PUBLIC -- A PRIVATE CLUB.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is once again showing his support for the owner of Rae's Cafe, a restaurant that was shut down by Jackson County for repeatedly violating the county's health order. On Tuesday, Schmitt filed an amicus brief which argues several points in favor Amanda Wohletz, the owner of Rae's Cafe.
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