The owner of a faith-based, Christian hair salon in Appleton, Wisconsin, has filed a federal lawsuit arguing the state’s coronavirus safer-at-home order violates her First Amendment rights to freedom of religion, speech, and assembly.
Well, I know just how she feels. She's probably just had it up to “hair” with all that government repression and decided to go to court before a cop comes by and “locks” her up. Rest a-sheared, if she stays open without permission, there could be hell toupee and that just doesn’t cut it.
Meanwhile, critics argue if the court permits the salon to reopen, other businesses may soon try the same ploy - and before you know it, we’ll have things like the Leviticus Lumber Company, the Oh, For Christ’s Saké Beverage Company and Jump’n Jesus’ Jamba Juice Bar. And, as a bonus, because they’re ministries, they’d all get to operate tax-free.