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Michigan Supreme Court Ruling

The Michigan Supreme Court on Monday issued two rulings reversing a lower court's opinion that supported the Governor's use of executive action during the virus pandemic and denying the Governor's request to delay the impact of removing her emergency powers.

 

The Supreme Court previously ruled in a federal case it was asked to weigh in on that the Governor does not have the authority under state law to continue a state of emergency without the support of the Legislature, effectively ending Governor Whitmer's executive orders.

 

The Michigan Supreme Court reversed a Court of Appeals decision and ruled Whitmer did not have the authority to continue the state of emergency according a news report from Mlive.

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