Oregon’s Coronavirus Restrictions declared ’Null and Void’ in Court

Oregon’s Coronavirus Restrictions declared ’Null and Void’ in Court

Baker County Circuit Judge Matthew Shirtcliff made the ruling Monday in a lawsuit brought by churches who said the social-distancing directives were unconstitutional. The judge ruled that Gov. Kate Brown’s coronavirus restrictions were ’null and void’ as in the second argument made by the church emergency powers only last for a month and Brown failed to get the needed legislative approval in time

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porcus
porcus 1 weeks

Surreal when an Oregon judge sides with Christian churches to rule against the governor... but an obvious thing to rule on.

Seekster
Seekster 1 weeks

When something is so unconstitutional that even an Oregon judge can't defend it.

Boo
Boo 1 weeks

A judge in the ninth circuit that read the constitution. What's the world coming to?

Jerry Heyman
Jerry Heyman 1 weeks

Summary is mistitled. Needs to be Oregon, Organ. Not sure how to make that change.

redhandsbluefaces
redhandsbluefaces 1 weeks

As an Oregonian I actually fist-pumped to this lol. Kate Brown is an incompetent hag and only got elected because antifa stronghold and cesspool Portland decides elections for the whole State.

tsylana
tsylana 1 weeks

Order remains in force, pending appeal. She should get legislative cover in the meantime and render all this moot.

Dave
Dave 1 weeks

So on one hand we have Dershowitz saying "the govt can drag you to a clinic and force a needle into your arm to protect yourself and others" and this judge saying "the govt can't force you to protect yourself and others" ...scratching head...

Tee
Tee 1 weeks

This has already been overturned by the Oregon supreme court

Libertatem Gentibus
Libertatem Gentibus 1 weeks

Wow Oregon did this? Very cool.

Commodore
Commodore 1 weeks

I hope that judge catches the Rona and ends up on a respirator

FoodNotBombs
FoodNotBombs 1 weeks

Guess they are "ready" as they say

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