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Lucas cracks down on businesses, individuals flouting stay-at-home order

bizjournals Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said Monday that 200 businesses had violated the city's stay-at-home order, which requires all but essential workers to stay home to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Residents started calling in complaints about noncompliant businesses over the weekend, according to The Kansas City Star. The city sent letters to those businesses asking them to cease operations for now. The city also is adding police patrols to parks to prevent groups from congregating, KCUR reports. The…
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