Citing “post-apocalypse” scenes in their community, members of the Republican party for eight Middle Tennessee counties are urging Gov. Bill Lee to take steps to full reopen the economy.
A Coailition letter from Republican organizations across Maury, Lawrence, Giles, Marshall, Lincoln, Coffee, Perry and Wayne counties submitted a letter to Gov. Lee on Monday with two intimidate demands: that he repeal all restrictions on businesses and gatherings of any kind and end the Legislative recess.
Members cite that the “six-foot rule” is “not backed by science. The practice of social distancing, mainly staying at least six feet apart, is part of the Centers for Disease Control’s guidelines on the coronavirus pandemic.