1. Can the people of each state SUE their respective Governors for the illegal SHUT-DOWN?

Can the people of each state SUE their respective Governors for the illegal SHUT-DOWN?

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Asked on May 21, 2020 6:45 pm
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Yup they did break their laws in issuing executive orders. Cuomo has been particularly out of line, inciting potential violence against non-mask-wearers. I have been tryig to figure out how to sue agsaint the lockdowns too but in NY State all of our courts are CLOSED. So talk about violations of rights. Check out this case from CT. I can't find many cases yet, but I do know one court ruled the lockdown was illegal. I will find that case. Here is the CT case: https://www.ctpost.com/news/coronavirus/article/Citing-individual-freedoms-Stamford-attorney-15210247.php

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Answered on May 22, 2020 2:54 am
I am actually all in on the UCC process since I am just stunned at how surreptitious its existence is. I do wonder if the InPower team thinks that suing on the constitutional level is productive or counter-productive to the UCC effort? Is it necessary? It seems like we have to do some work there too, if as Cal suggests, the US Constitution is unique in protecting rights and insuring a republic, and I think that is true also. Any further comments on this are appreciated.
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