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CHICAGO – The Seventh Circuit ordered the U.S. Marshals Service to take two corporate officials of a Wisconsin salon into custody for repeatedly refusing to comply with an order issued by the National Labor Relations Board. The Board found that the salon violated the law by firing an employee for raising concerns about the adequacy of the company’s Covid-19 safety protocols.