Considering the extreme restrictions being placed on Americans across the country,
it was only a matter of time until a mass of lawsuits were filed against cities and states. Yet lawsuits are not the only thing that is turning against some city and state leaders; several State Supreme Courts have overturned overly restrictive orders made by Democratic administrations.
for example, is facing over a dozen lawsuits regarding the unjust closing of religious organizations and gathering as well as gun shops. More lawsuits still are in place regarding defying the constitutions right to free assembly because of the orders that individuals are not allowed to gather in protest. One individual citizen is sparring with the argument that the stay at home order is detention without due process.
Tesla’s Elon Musk announced that his production facility in California would be opening and completely defying the order. Newsom later announced that the Tesla facility had reached the positive end of negotiations with the county and had been allowed to re-open.
governor Whitmer is facing a lawsuit from Republicans in both the House and Senate regarding her extension of the stay at home orders, which they said required the legislature’s approval.
State Supreme Court shut down the Governor’s “safer at home” order extension through May, also citing that the extension requires the approval of State legislature.
Other lawsuits have been filed against Texas city leaders and Kentucky as well. Two Republican governors (Maryland and Ohio) are also facing lawsuits.
What do you think – do the stay at home orders violate the constitution?
Matthew – Strictly News