Texas Admitted It Can’t Enforce Its COVID-19 Lockdown. More States Should Do The Same.

The extent and severity of the COVID-19 economic shutdowns vary from place to place, but the one thing almost all of them have in common is that they’re not really enforceable.

We may have reached the point where most people are realizing that.

Case in point: The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation has decided to drop 200 enforcement investigations into barbers and cosmetologists who returned to work in recent weeks, The Dallas Morning News reports. The department is also dropping 180 cases that had not moved past the complaint stage—so stop tattling on your neighborhood salons, Texans—which seems like a

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