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'It's A Slap In The Face': Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Forces Hobby Lobby To Close

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'It's A Slap In The Face': Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Forces Hobby Lobby To Close

'It's A Slap In The Face': Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Forces Hobby Lobby To Close

A Hobby Lobby in Dallas closed abruptly Thursday after Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins called the business out for keeping its doors open amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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