In this episode of New Ideal Live, Elan Journo sits down with Steve Simpson and Anastasia Boden, senior attorneys at the Pacific Legal Foundation, to discuss the legality of the stay-at-home orders issued by states amid the coronavirus pandemic and the status of several challenges they’re facing in the courts.
Topics covered include:
- The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a stay-at-home order, and why it was a separation of powers challenge;
- A recent case in which the Pacific Legal Foundation successfully helped an art gallery challenge Napa County’s and the state of California’s order to keep their business closed;
- The rule of law implications of the stay-at-home orders, and their enforceability;
- The question of legal liability for businesses as they reopen.
This podcast was recorded on May 27, 2020. Watch or listen to the discussion below.
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