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Whitmer issues order to bolster enforcement of state policies

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Governor Whitmer issued a new executive order on Tuesday, directed at state departments and agencies in Michigan to ensure that they are following previous orders.

The order requires departments to consider violations of law when determining things like eligibility for licenses, including any relevant COVID-19 executive orders and epidemic orders.

Whitmer says without effective enforcement, Michigan will move backwards and individuals, businesses, and the economy will suffer.


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1 comment

Slacker06 August 4, 2020 at 11:36 pm

Whitless never gives up She will ruin Michigan before she is through. All these orders without a peep from the state legislature AKA, The People. In a Republic no governor has the authority that Whitless and many others have taken upon herself.


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