KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Parties will have to wait a little longer for a resolution to the Rae's Cafe health order dispute.
The owner of Rae's Cafe refused to require staff and patrons to wear face coverings, which is required in Jackson County.
A judge granted an order to shut down the restaurant on Sept. 10. The back-and-forth between the owner and the health department started in mid-August.
A hearing about the temporary restraining order was scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday but was canceled.
The judge granted a motion to move the case to a new judge.
The hearing will be rescheduled for another date with a different judge.
Rae's Cafe will remain closed as the order lasts through Sept. 19.
Protesters, including Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, have made their support of the restaurant known.