As businesses reboot in Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont faces criticism over rate at which barbershops, restaurants, others are reopening

Businesses, too, have questioned Lamont’s policies. A coalition of restaurants, hotels and other industry players wrote to Lamont on May 13 asking that he allow restaurants to open half their interior spaces to the public June 3, earlier than contemplated by the governor and his advisers. Outdoor seating at restaurants will begin Wednesday, but less than 25% will do so, said Scott Dolch, executive director of the Connecticut Restaurant Association.

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