Discussions continue regarding whether the lockdown orders infringe on constitutional rights. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with public affairs consultant Kelly Sloan to discuss the issue.
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Washington, D.C. is expected to lift its stay-at-home orders this week.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has announced her state will soon begin to ease some coronavirus restrictions. On Thursday, she stated she’s signed a number of executive orders that will “phase in additional sectors of the economy.”
The CDC has released an update on its guidelines to prevent contamination of COVID-19. On Tuesday, health officials changed the guide to say the virus mainly spreads between people and does not spread easily in other ways.
County officials across California have continued their calls for Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to create more flexible and direct measures for reopening businesses.
American industries are feeling the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially as some states extend their stay-at-home orders. Due to extensions, some are calling for President Trump to issue an emergency Jones Act waiver.
One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Colin Grabow, a policy analyst at the Cato Institute, who discussed the threats posed by the act and the steps the White House should take.
With several states imposing restrictive and indefinite lockdowns across the nation, many residents are worried their constitutional rights might be in danger. One America’s Mary Holman has more.
As most local and state governments have issued stay-at-home orders, churches have been restricted from gathering. Some believe this is a violation of the First Amendment. One Americas Stefan Kleinhenz spoke with Horace Cooper, a senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, to get his take on the matter.
Countless churches and pastors across the country have filed lawsuits amid stay-at-home orders, which are restricting congregations from gathering. One America’s Stefan Kleinhenz has more on the new call to reopen churches next month.