Salon Owner Involved in Pelosi Controversy Recruited by California County Officials to Reopen Business There



a group of people standing in a room: Hairdressers work on customers outdoors in Los Angeles, California on August 28, 2020. A Placer County official recruited a salon owner to relocate her business after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was seen getting her hair done inside the salon last month.


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Hairdressers work on customers outdoors in Los Angeles, California on August 28, 2020. A Placer County official recruited a salon owner to relocate her business after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was seen getting her hair done inside the salon last month.

In California, County Supervisor Bonnie Gore has suggested that Erica Kious, the owner of eSalon, consider moving her salon services to Placer County after Kious announced she would be closing her San Francisco business following the backlash she received over the release of video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial hair appointment.

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“As an elected official, I am disheartened to hear about your recent experience in San Francisco with Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, at your salon,” Gore began in a letter shared to her Facebook

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