If you listen carefully to Shelley Luther’s Six Seconds of Silence, you can hear a lot.
Luther, the Dallas hair salon owner who was made a political star by Texas Republicans in 2020 when she defied a pandemic-induced state order to temporarily close nonessential businesses, is running as state representative.
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