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May 19, 2024

Salon owner sues Governor Pritzker over closure order

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On May 9, 2020

Clay Co. (ECWd)

Illinois Governor Pritzker finds himself once again looking down the pages of yet another lawsuit, again in Clay County.


We are extremely pleased to see that also included in this case is yet another key fact we exposed early on here and here, the Governor’s suspension of numerous state statutes.  This new filing, at #51, states, “Even though in other executive orders, Pritzker has unlawfully suspended sections of legislative statutes, he has never attempted to suspend the legislative grant of supreme authority made to the Department of Health regarding business closures.”

Based on all our research, this suit is spot on with everything we have written to date on these matters and we are confident the Plaintiff will prevail in her case.

You can download the entire court filing at this link or view it below.

Harrison v Pritzker

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  • jannie
    Posted at 14:45h, 09 May

    I agree – I would like to get my hair cut – hair salon’s should have been classified as an essential service – who cuts their own hair!! It’s as essential if recreational marajania (sp) is.

  • Debra lawson
    Posted at 16:11h, 09 May

    The beauticians in sullivan, il want to open but they are afraid they will loose their state license. What is there legally…is it legal for state to revoke their license if they open?

  • Sadie Redd
    Posted at 11:38h, 10 May

    You know Pritzker and Lightfoot are flaunting their power just line MSM getting their haircuts done and having their makeup artist prep them for the news stage
    We are just controlled subjects as the are the exception and that does not sit well with the people of these UNITED STATES OF AMERICA They lost the election, they lost on the illegal attempt on impeachment and they desperately want to disenfranchise the American people on the Nov 11 2020 election and allegedly manipulate the voting system WAKE UP

  • Sarah
    Posted at 13:04h, 10 May

    Every business is essential, even if you don’t make use of their services/facilities/merchandise. It is not about what the business does, it is about what the business is providing — food, water, clothing, and shelter for the people running and the families of the people running the business. By saying a business is “non-essential”, you are actually saying you think that those particular people are “non-essential.” That is by far the thing I find most infuriating about this whole mess. You may or may not frequent the business, but all men (as in all humans) are created equal and are therefore created equally essential.

    And, as I have stated in other comments, I would really not take advice on what is and is not essential from a giant fat dude that thinks gyms and health food/vitamin stores are “non-essential.”

  • Free America
    Posted at 15:36h, 11 May

    Until that fat POS is recalled you will NOT see that Turd leave Crook County!

    • Terry Gardner
      Posted at 04:03h, 20 May

      Blame China

  • Tired of Libtards!
    Posted at 15:39h, 11 May

    Until that fat POS is recalled you will NEVER see his fat Azz outside of Crook County!

    • Tina
      Posted at 03:17h, 20 May

      Death’s everywhere can we complain when they are trying to save us, the the public. Leave the country ! A never seen before in our lifetime PANDEMIC!

    • Terry Gardner
      Posted at 04:02h, 20 May


  • PK
    Posted at 13:33h, 13 May

    In a side by side comparison, which Illinois Governor’s pompadour could easily be seen buzz-cut at Visible Changes salon?