Michigan's high court: Whitmer's orders have 'no continuing legal effect'

DETROIT — The Michigan Supreme Court has denied Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s request to delay the effective date of its decision that ruled the law underpinning Whitmer’s executive orders was unconstitutional.In a separate Monday order, the high court also ruled 4-3 that Whitmer’s orders issued under the 1945 Emergency Powers of the Governor Act “are of no continuing legal effect.” The majority consisted of Republican-nominated justices Stephen Markman, Brian Zahra, David Viviano and Beth Clement, who formed the majority who earlier ruled the 1945 law was an unconstitutional granting of legislative…

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