dallas April 30, 2020

Hundreds of demonstrators crowded together in front of Frisco City Hall, demanding Gov. Greg Abbott allow businesses, schools and churches to reopen.

Among the speakers was Shelley Luther, the Dallas salon owner who opened up her business Friday despite a stay-at-home order that keeps non-essential businesses closed through April 30. Dallas police issued Luther a citation at her business Salon A la Mode after it opened.

Luther tore the citation up onstage Saturday as the crowd cheered.

“I’m not anyone special,” Luther said. “I just know that I have rights. You have rights to feed your children and make income and anyone that wants to take away those rights is wrong.”

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