When it comes to the lockdowns that the country has been going through, each state has been different.
Some have been shorter than others, but there is no denying that Governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer has been one of the worst when it comes to the lockdowns.
Now, the Supreme Court of Michigan has not only ruled against her lockdowns, but they ruled against her petition to extend the orders through the end of the month as well.
On Oct. 2, the state Supreme Court ruled that the governor did not have authority under either the 1976 Emergency Management Act (EMA) and the 1945 Emergency Powers of the Governor Act (EPGA) to extend an emergency order indefinitely without the support of the legislature.
The court decided in a 6-1 ruling to deny Whitmer’s request to allow her orders to stay in place until Oct. 30. The administration argued that it needed the extra time to come up with contingency plans and