Let Them Play files lawsuit against director of state health department to end ban on winter contact sports
Violation of Procedural and Substantive Due Process (US Const, Am XIV; 1963 Const, art 1, § 17)The January 22 Order was enacted without any procedural due process safeguards. C. Violation of the Right to Free Assembly (US Const, Am I; 1963 Const, art 1, § 3)The Free Assembly Clause of the United States Constitution provides that “Congress shall make no law . The Free Assembly Clause of the 1963 Michigan Constitution provides that “[t]he people have the right peaceably to assemble.” 1963 Const, art 1, § 3. To this end, it recognizes that the State of Michigan has an obligation to provide an adequate education. LetterAlong with the summary of the lawsuit, a letter from Ruddell addressed to Hertel dated Jan. 25, 2021 was provided.mlive.com
State suspends Gaylord restaurant’s liquor license for violating Michigan COVID order
A liquor license has been suspended at a Michigan establishment Wednesday for violating the state’s recent public health order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission issued an emergency suspension of the liquor license at Iron Pig Smokehouse in Gaylord. The state’s health order is currently in effect until Dec. 8. Anyone who wishes to report a violation at an establishment or suspected non-compliance with the MDHHS order can call the Michigan Liquor Control Commission’s toll free hotline at 866-893-2121. On Thursday, the state reported 7,146 new COVID-19 cases and 175 new deaths in Michigan since Wednesday.
State suspends liquor licenses in Lakeview, Houghton, St. Joseph for violating Michigan COVID order
Liquor licenses have been suspended at three Michigan establishments Wednesday for violating the state’s recent public health order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus. Anyone who wishes to report a violation at an establishment or suspected non-compliance with the MDHHS order can call the Michigan Liquor Control Commission’s toll free hotline at 866-893-2121. Related: Nov. 25, 2020: State suspends 3 liquor licenses, cites 4 establishments for violating Michigan COVID orderOn Wednesday, the state reported 6,955 new COVID-19 cases and 81 new deaths in Michigan since Tuesday. In total, Michigan has reported 373,197 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 9,405 deaths. New COVID-19 cases are slowing but deaths continue to rise in Michigan.
Judge refuses to block ban on Michigan indoor dining
DETROIT – A judge on Wednesday refused to block Michigan’s ban on indoor dining amid a surge in coronavirus cases. Maloney turned down a request for an injunction with a week left in the three-week indoor dining ban. Whitmer said about chance of Michigan’s stricter COVID-19 rules extending past 3 weeksThe Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association and some restaurants sued the state health director. They said they can safely provide indoor dining and were being treated unfairly when compared to other businesses. The judge said he might ask the Michigan Supreme Court for guidance on that point.
State suspends 3 liquor licenses, cites 4 establishments for violating Michigan COVID order
Liquor licenses have been suspended at three Michigan establishments Wednesday for violating the state’s recent public health order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission issued emergency suspensions of liquor licenses at the following establishments:Jimmy’s Roadhouse in Newaygo, permit held by Cory’s Restaurant, Inc. The MDHHS also announced Tuesday citations issued to numerous establishments accused of not complying with the latest emergency order. On Wednesday, the state reported 4,273 new COVID-19 cases and 73 new deaths in Michigan since Tuesday. In total, Michigan has reported 324,779 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 8,761 deaths.
Updated emergency order maintains coronavirus restrictions in Wayne County
Wayne County health officials issued a new emergency order Friday that outlines updates to emergency public health orders issued last week amid the coronavirus pandemic. Wayne County Public Health Officer Carol Austerberry issued an emergency epidemic order Friday that mimics coronavirus restrictions established in a statewide emergency health order issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) on Oct. 9. “These orders are science-based measures intended to keep Wayne County residents safe and healthy during the pandemic. Businesses under the jurisdiction of the county’s health department are also required to continue screening employees for COVID-19 symptoms. Orders issued by the Wayne County Health Department are not in effect in the city of Detroit, as the city is governed by its own health department.
New order requires Oakland County residents to wear face masks in most public spaces
A new emergency health order is requiring Oakland County residents to wear face masks anytime they leave their home in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Oakland County Health Officer Leigh-Anne Stafford issued an emergency health order Saturday that requires residents to wear face masks or coverings at any location apart from their home. “Oakland County was hit hard by COVID-19 and the virus is still in our communities,” Stafford said. In Oakland County masks will continue to be mandatory by order of our health experts. I am confident that our residents and businesses will continue to keep each other safe and protected.”Click here to read the entire Oakland County health order.