Great news for justice!
When the state of Michigan came after 77-year old Karl Manke for refusing to close his barber’s shop, he refused to shut up shop.
Even after the state suspended his license and issued him a cease-and-desist letter, Manke refused to sit down and take it. The Michigan Attorney General then asked a county judge to immediately issue a restraining order against Manke.
The judge wasn’t having it.
He denied the state’s request for a restraining order, meaning Manke can remain open for business!
Here’s the latest from the Lansing State Journal:
An Owosso barber who has kept his shop open despite a suspended license and a cease and desist order from the state will not have to close, a Shiawassee County judge ruled Thursday.
The Michigan Attorney General’s Office filed a request for an emergency temporary restraining order against barber Karl Manke when he refused to close his shop after receiving two citations —