I have no groceries at home and I’m terrified of getting arrested if I leave. This response by the @CityofCleveland is not acceptable. We can protect our residents and protect First Ammendment rights. Those things are not mutually exclusive. We can do better. #CLECantWait— Justin M. Bibb (@JustinMBibb) June 1, 2020
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