Larry Friedman has been advocating for service businesses for a long time. So it wasn't unusual when he sued Gov. Abbott on behalf of eight bars that had to close their doors under new pandemic restrictions. What is unusual is the extent to which his advocacy has become a family affair. Natalie Posgate has the story . . .
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