Governor Walz extended his illegal "Stay Home or Else" order until Monday, May 18th. He outlined the details of the extension in a 2pm press conference from the Governor's Mansion which made exceptions for some small retailers in the state to partially open back up as long as they follow the government list of approved activities.
At this point, bars and restaurants, camping in state forests, and playing team sports in the local park are still against Walz' illegal order and violators could face fines and time in jail if local law enforcement agencies choose to enforce it.
Action 4 Liberty streamed the opening part of the press conference live and provided commentary.
Walz to Extend "Stay Home or Else" Order
We're providing live commentary on Walz' Emergency Order abuse. Sign our petition: http://www.action4liberty.com/end_walz_emergency_powersPosted by Action 4 Liberty on Thursday, April 30, 2020
On Tuesday, Representative Jeremy Munson and a couple other legislators made a motion to End Walz' Emergency Powers. The motion failed, but received unanimous support by Republicans in the House, which was a 400% increase in support from two weeks prior when the relatively same motion was made.
Internet tough guy, Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka, tweeted that it's time to open Minnesota. But we've seen no action from him to End Walz' Emergency Powers despite a 3 person majority for Republicans in that chamber.
Action 4 Liberty encourages people to contact their legislators now and tell them to support the Rep Munson Resolution to End Walz' Emergency Powers!