Missouri Judge Issues Blistering Ruling That Deems Coercive Health Department COVID-19 Measures Illegal

Missouri Judge Issues Blistering Ruling That Deems Coercive Health Department COVID-19 Measures Illegal


A Missouri judge ruled that public health orders issued by the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) violate the state constitution.

The judge determined coercive COVID-19 measures, such as mask mandates and business closures, infringe upon the constitutional separation of powers.

Thus, public health orders and edicts issued by the health department no longer stand.

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Unelected health officials must stop their power grabs and coercion of the public to comply with unconstitutional mandates.

Cole County Circuit Judge Daniel Green ruled in favor of plaintiffs that filed suit nearly one year ago.

The ruling establishes a critical precedent that DHSS policies instituted by unelected officials cannot abolish representative government.

In other words, a power-hungry bureaucrat cannot close a business or enforce quarantines based on their

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