Michigan AG Will No Longer Enforce Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s COVID-19 Orders!

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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced she will no longer enforce Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Covid restrictions after the state’s Supreme Court ruled that Whitmer illegally seized authority from a 1945 law in order to extend the lockdown beyond April 30. Whitmer sent patients reported to be infected with Covid back into nursing homes, amid the most vulnerable population, resulting in more than 2,000 deaths.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) on Sunday announced she will no longer enforce Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Covid restrictions.

The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday struck down Democrat Whitmer’s Covid orders in a 4-3 ruling, saying she illegally seized authority from a 1945 law in order to extend the lockdown beyond April 30.

Dana Nessel tweeted the announcement on Sunday however she encouraged Michiganders to continue to social distance and wear masks.

“In light of the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday, the Attorney General will no longer enforce the Governor’s Executive Orders through criminal prosecution. However, her decision is not binding on other law enforcement agencies or state departments with independent enforcement authority,” the statement said.

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