With COVID Spikes, Restrictions Multiply

As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, coronavirus-driven business shutdowns and closures are not only becoming more widespread, but much more extreme, as well! Notwithstanding a better than 99.5% survival rate along with the imminent approval of a couple of potentially highly effective vaccines, governors across the country are ordering curfews, business closings and behavioral…

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Cuomo Giveth and de Blasio Taketh Away?

Or is it the other way around? Either way, as they wrestle with their competing God complexes, it’s the private business owners in the Big Apple that are suffering. Just a few days after New York City restaurants were allowed to begin a (very) limited reopening process (25% indoor capacity), New York Mayor de Blasio…

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Court Tosses Michigan Governor’s COVID Orders

In a major rebuke of Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled her executive orders extending the original declaration of a state of emergency violated the state constitution and was invalid. As backdrop, the Michigan legislature called a state of emergency back when the coronavirus pandemic first broke in March. That order expired however…

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