Michigan's AG office: We will no longer enforce Whitmer's orders through criminal prosecution

DETROIT — Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said she will no longer enforce Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders, which were made during the coronavirus pandemic, through criminal prosecution.“However, her decision is not binding on other law enforcement agencies or state departments with independent enforcement authority,” a statement released on Nessel’s behalf says.On Friday, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled against Whitmer’s powers to extend emergency declarations enforcing COVID-19 restrictions, which were created to prevent the spread of COVID-19.However, the effects of this ruli…

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