Holliday expressed concern about businesses that lost their state licenses for opposing the order, and Valentine said he did not want local governments to oppose the governor’s orders. Another council member, Kristen Novacich-Koberna, voted yes but raised concerns about the guidelines.
“I do not want to meet because I am not for voice resolution. I just want it to state that I am very concerned if we act too quickly before the governor gets the chance to read your well-prepared letter to him,” Novacich-Koberna told Prenzler during the meeting “I don’t want to see anyone losing funds. I don’t want to see anyone missing something above us just trying to help small businesses, because we don’t want to hurt them. We want to help them.”
Pritzker said in a daily press conference Tuesday that he would consider withholding federal pass-through funds from businesses that oppose orders to stay in the state of the country, although he noted the country has several enforcement mechanisms and hopes not to use one of them.
Governor Pritzker implemented a reopening of five stages planned on Monday, but the plan did not include an exact date. No retail, office, hair or nail shop is permitted to open until stage 3, which will not occur before May 29, according to the governor’s office.
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