Michigan Attorney General Won’t Enforce Governor’s Coronavirus Restrictions after Court Rules Them Unconstitutional

October 5, 2020 | By BRITTANY BERNSTEIN |  National Review “Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Sunday she would no longer use criminal prosecution to enforce the governor’s coronavirus lockdown restrictions after the state Supreme Court found the orders were unconstitutional. Other law enforcement agencies or state departments will have independent enforcement authority over coronavirus safety … Continue reading Michigan Attorney General Won’t Enforce Governor’s Coronavirus Restrictions after Court Rules Them Unconstitutional