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Woah- This is BIG folks
On Monday superior court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled AGAINST California Govenor Newsom- citing one of his laws dealing with mail-in ballots under covid regulations.
This is just ONE law in an AVALANCHE of Covid related regulations that Gavin Newsom has burried the state of California under in recent months.
Judge Heckman issued an injunction preventing Newsom from making any additional unconstitutional laws under The California Emergency Services Act.
Check it out:
Fox News had more on the story:
A California judge on Monday issued a tentative ruling in favor of two Republican state lawmakers who had filed an abuse of power lawsuit against Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Executive Order N-67-20, which Newsom signed in June, required that counties mail all eligible voters vote-by-mail ballots before Election Day and regulated the number of polling stations.
Assemblymembers James Gallagher, R-Yuba City, and Kevin Kiley, R-Rocklin, challenged Newsom’s order in court, arguing that Newsom’s Emergency Services Act – prevented the governor from issuing more executive orders or creating new laws.
Sutter County Judge Sarah Heckman has sided with their lawsuit in declaring Newsom’s executive order unconstitutional. As part of the ruling, Heckman has issued a permanent injunction that prevents the Democratic governor from making additional unconstitutional orders.
The Gateway Pundit also had this to say:
California residents have been suffering under Newsom’s iron fist and draconian lockdowns since March.
California state lawmaker Kevin Kiley sued Gavin Newsom and a Northern California county judge rebuked Newsom in a 9-page ruling on Monday.
A Northern California county judge on Monday preliminarily ordered Gov. Gavin Newsom to stop issuing directives related to the coronavirus that might interfere with state law.
The case centers on a single Newsom executive order in June requiring election officials to establish hundreds of locations statewide where voters can cast ballots in the November election. But lawmakers subsequently approved the same requirement, and the judge’s decision will have no effect on Tuesday’s election.
“This is a victory for separation of powers,” the lawmakers said in a joint statement. Newsom “has continued to create and change state law without public input and without the deliberative process provided by the Legislature.”