The Michigan Supreme Court, in a 7-0 decision, vacated the order of the Court of Appeals, removing the court order for the 77 year old barber Karl Manke from Owosso, MI, to cease and desist from cutting hair. The Michigan Supreme Court remanded the case back to the Court of Appeals for plenary consideration. Supreme
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 12, 2020, MICHIGAN: Facebook unilaterally shut down the principal platform for the fastest growing grassroots education and action movement in America currently, eliminating their 386,000 member Facebook group. The group, launched by one Michigan resident a month ago as Michiganders Against Excessive Quarantine (MAEQ) in response to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s extended
Michigan’s Constitutional Crisis – Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Operating Outside Constitution
Michigan law requires a state of emergency to be approved by both the Governor and the Legislature. The Legislature did not extend the State of Emergency beyond April 30 and the Governor has unilaterally issue executive orders. Law enforcement and local businesses wanting to move Michigan forward are caught in the middle of this constitutional
77 year old barber Karl Manke opens his barber shop in Owosso, Michigan in the midst of Michigan's constitutional crisis. Local police issue citations and Governor Whitmer uses Michigan State Police to deliver her cease and desist order to close his small business down.