Washing Your Car…Still Illegal in New Jersey, One Business Owner Found Out the Hard Way

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RANDOLPH, NJ  – A Clifton small business owner received a visit from police at the height of the George Floyd mass-gatherings in Clifton, New Jersey for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s draconic anti-business COVID-19 executive orders.   According to police, the business owner was charged on May 30 by the Randolph Police Department with violating the emergency orders by having workers wash and dry cars by hand at his business, Clean Way Hand Car Wash on South Salem Street.

According to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, “He had been warned previously.”

Screw Phil Murphy, go support this business.

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