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The first hearing in a lawsuit filed by the state Legislature against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is set to stream over the internet at 10 a.m. Friday, May 15.
While Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Diane Stephens is presiding, it won’t be from a Lansing courtroom. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and a need for social distancing, the hearing is being conducted remotely using video conferencing. Details as to how the public may watch the hearing online are forthcoming, the court said.
A group of churches who filed suit Wednesday against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders plan to hold off on serving the complaint after the governor’s Thursday executive order exempted churches, synagogues, mosques and places of religious worship as well the individuals participating in services.
The language of the executive order satisfies the relief sought in the lawsuit.....
originally posted by: DontTreadOnMe
a reply to: abeverage
Is your state still locked down?
Can you get a hair cut?
Can you go to the bar, sit down and have a cold one?
Can you buy a car in person?
Can you go to work?
If you answered "no" to any of these questions, is there any protest or lawsuits?
If not, why not?!?!?!!?
originally posted by: mikell
Barber in Owosso MI had 6 State Police Troopers deliver a letter from the state Attorney General to cease and desist cutting hair. A single barber 6 troopers and a letter from the top cop. He said he would frame it when he gets time to get a frame. He's cutting hair 18 hours a day some days and has a family to feed.
Manke has told MLive that Michigan State Police troopers on Wednesday issued him two citations, for which he must appear in court on June 6. Regardless, he said he planned to remain open, adding he has no choice and needs the income.
Shiawassee County Sheriff Brian Begole said his department will not enforce Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive orders issued during the coronavirus pandemic as an Owosso barber continues to cut hair.
The Monday announcement, posted to the department's Facebook page, comes as Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is expected to ask the Shiawassee County Circuit Court to order the closure of an Owosso barber shop operating in violation of Whitmer's stay-home order.