Michigan barber’s license suspended for defying coronavirus regulation
Karl Manke’s Barber and Beauty Shop’s Karl Manke discusses his decision to defy Michigan regulation to close down business amid coronavirus.
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Karl Manke’s Barber and Beauty Shop owner Karl Manke has kept his Owosso, Michigan, business open during coronavirus against state regulations, with no plans to close down.
“I’ll be here until Jesus comes,” Manke told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney. “Either that or I go out in handcuffs.”
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Manke said he made the decision on May 4 to reopen and head back to work. For disobeying Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s regulations, Attorney General Dana Nessel on Tuesday issued a complaint to suspend Manke’s licenses.
However, Manke said he is still licensed to practice and he’s fed up with Whitmer’s policing.
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