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Business, health care leaders question whether Collin County’s stay-at-home order goes far enough

bizjournals Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
A coalition of North Texas business, health and government interests aiming for tough and consistent shelter-in-place policies to slow the spread of the coronavirus has Collin County’s "Stay Home, Work Safe" order in its crosshairs.
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