Michigan Senate votes to repeal emergency power law that bolstered Whitmer’s COVID-19 response | Gov Whitmer unable to veto;

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The Senate’s 20-15 vote, along party lines, provides the GOP-controlled state House the opportunity next week to finalize.

  • “This initiative represents a people’s veto of this governor and the unlimited power she’s tried to claim during this pandemic,” Sen. Tom Barrett, R-Charlotte, argued in a speech on the Senate floor.
  • Barrett said a separate state law that will remain on the books and allows a governor to keep an emergency declaration in place for 28 days was sufficient and properly balances the separation of power with the need for immediate action.

SOURCE: DETROITNEWS

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