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  德克萨斯州的一群酒吧所有者周一提起诉讼,试图推翻州长格雷格·阿伯特(R)的关闭业务的命令,以缓解因该州高峰期冠状病毒的传播而造成的后果。

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  据美联社报道,在奥斯汀,休斯顿和加尔维斯顿提起的诉讼声称,雅培无权下达该命令,并声称该命令专门针对酒吧,而其他业务(如沙龙和纹身店)则被允许开放。

  据报道,酒吧老板说,Abbot应该召集立法机构召开特别会议来解决这一问题。

  酒吧老板的律师贾里德·伍德菲尔(Jared Woodfill)告诉美联社:“政府。雅培继续扮演国王的角色。” “雅培正在单方面破坏我们的经济并践踏我们的宪法权利。”

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  希尔已与雅培办公室取得联系以发表评论。

  周五,雅培宣布了一项命令,要求对该州实施一些限制,因为该州的案件数量激增。该命令要求酒吧在周五中午之前关闭,并控制餐馆,使其只能以50%的产能运营。

  一些州在高峰期中止了重新开放计划,但得克萨斯州是第一个重新实施已取消限制的国家。

  ©Getty Images 得克萨斯州的酒吧老板起诉倒闭上周末,雅培对允许酒吧重新营业表示遗憾。

  他在上周接受KVIA采访时说:“如果我可以回去重做任何事情,那可能是放慢了酒吧的开放速度,现在来看冠状病毒在酒吧环境中传播的速度有多快。”埃尔帕索。

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