Modified Stay At Home Michigan Day 56

The state Capitol is expected to be crowded today … with people needing a haircut. The Michigan Conservative Coalition is providing trained volunteers to give free haircuts on the lawn of the Capitol between noon and 3pm. The group has been protesting the Governor’s stay-home executive order.

Barber Karl Manke is open and still cutting hair in Owosso.

A judge has ruled that the governor’s executive orders are constitutional. The lawsuit was filed by Michigan United For Liberty, which has organized the protests. Other lawsuits are pending.

The state reports 102 new deaths and 435 new cases of corona virus. The higher numbers were uncounted from previous days.

Macomb County and Bay County  unveiled  websites with information for businesses and workers to use when the region is reopened.

Northern Michigan University will have students on campus for the fall and will start the semester early.

The sheriff of Barry County told a rally in Grand Rapids that the stay at home order is like a mass arrest.