TX Governor Abbott Alters Stay-at-Home Policies to Prevent More Mothers from Being Jailed for Opening Their Businesses to Feed Their Children (VIDEO)

Thursday, May 7, 2020
By Paul Martin

By Jim Hoft
May 7, 2020

Texas salon owner Shelley Luther broke the state quarantine in late April to save her business and feed her children.

Shelley was later served a citation from the city of Dallas the following morning for breaking state stay-at-home policies.

At a rally that day SHE RIPPED IT UP during her speech!

Shelley Luther wants to save her business and the Texas economy. She told the crowd at the rally, “We have a right to run a business and feed our children.”
The crowd gathered to support her.

“You’re our Rosa Parks,” a woman yelled from the crowd as Shelley Luther took the stage.

On Tuesday Shelley Luther was sentenced to 7 days in jail and a $7,000 fine.
Shelley refused to apologize to the liberal judge for opening her business.

The local authorities are punishing Shelley for wanting to save her business.
Shelley still sits in jail in Texas.

On Thursday Governor Greg Abbott announced changes to his stay-at-home orders to prevent more mothers from being jailed for opening their businesses in order to feed their children.

He will no longer allow Texans to be jailed for wanting to save their businesses and feed their children.
This was a good move.

Via Varney and Co.

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