TOO FAR: Oregon government uses CPS to intimidate owner after salon reopens amid COVID-19 lockdown

Going after an entrepreneur’s business is one thing. But going after their family is an entirely different story. And that’s what happened to Oregon salon owner Lindsey Graham. She reopened her doors despite COVID-19 lockdown orders, and ever since then, state government officials have been doing everything possible to both intimidate Graham AND use her as an example for other business owners considering reopening too. She complied with an investigation of the salon and was issued a $14,000 citation. But then government went one, big step further: three days after opening, Child Protective Services showed up at her home to investigate a “claim” that her home was an unsafe environment for her children. Graham says she’s confident everything — including the CPS visit — was coordinated by the governor’s office.

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