Liberate Hanover Resolution Passes - Walz Order Not Enforceable

The Liberate Hanover Resolution was passed last night by the Hanover City Council that nullifies the illegal orders by Governor Walz. According to the resolution, "city resources, whether physical, financial or otherwise, including but not limited to city staff and personnel, city contractors and subcontractors, or assistance of any kind tied to the city, or any cooperation to any other governments including federal, state, or county, shall not be used to enforce any of Governor Walz’ COVID-19 Emergency Executive Orders."


Hanover's mayor, Chris Kauffman, signed the resolution into law. The City Council recognized the individual rights of its citizens and their oath to uphold the protected rights in the Constitution. Here's a copy of the Resolution:


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  • Vicki Nason
    followed this page 2020-06-09 13:40:51 -0500
  • chris kauffman
    commented 2020-06-08 06:51:26 -0500
    Hi Michele, Hanover Harvest Festival is a private organization so not under the control of city council, any decision made was made on their own. My opinion was to have the parade and fireworks even though vendors for the days events had cancelled. Unfortunately I was in the minority.
    Mayor Kauffman
  • Michele Barton
    commented 2020-06-03 21:57:16 -0500
    So the Hanover City Council doesn’t agree with Walz executive orders but they’ll cancel the Hanover Harvest Festival…
  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2020-06-03 13:58:58 -0500