Wednesday, May 6, 2020

A lawsuit has been filed against the governor of the United States for extending the state of emergency

A lawsuit has been filed against the governor of the United States for extending the state of emergency

Republican Rep. Paul Mitchell has filed a lawsuit against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The case was filed on May 4, local time, alleging violation of constitutional rights by the governor's declaration of a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus epidemic.Robert Gordon, director of the

Republican Rep. Paul Mitchell has filed a lawsuit against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The case was filed on May 4, local time, alleging violation of constitutional rights by the governor's declaration of a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus epidemic.

Robert Gordon, director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, was also charged in the case. On April 29, the governor proposed to extend the state of emergency in the state legislature. When the Republican representatives opposed it, a dispute arose between the two parties.

The next day, April 30, Governor Gretchen Whitmer extended the state of emergency for another two weeks. She said in a press briefing that the US Emergency Act of 1945 extended the state of emergency in the state with special jurisdiction.

Democratic Party Governor Whitmer added that the coronavirus has not yet been brought under control. Do not want to put people at risk by withdrawing the ongoing state of emergency. Therefore, the time has been extended for two more weeks. However, if the situation stabilizes in the meantime, new decisions may come with restrictions.

On the other hand, in the afternoon of the same day, the pro-Trump people staged an armed demonstration to lift the state of emergency. Thousands marched in Lansing, Michigan. Protests across the country have seen Republicans openly support President Trump.

"Infectious diseases are unfortunately part of everyday life, no doubt about it," Michelle said in the lawsuit. But some people are already sick. But citizens of Michigan can reasonably and personally protect themselves from infection without being trapped in their homes. The orders issued by the governor from time to time are unconstitutional. '

Michigan state sources said there were delays in releasing coronavirus updates due to software issues. In addition, Detroit police have fined 272 people and warned 768 in two days for failing to maintain social distance.

The death toll from the epidemic novel Coronavirus-infected Covid-19 has risen to more than 70,000 in the United States, according to an update from Johns Hopkins University. The third highest death toll in the United States is in Michigan. Of the 45,000 infected patients, 4,179 died.