Our watchful friend Phil Kerpen brings us news this morning that a Missouri court has crushed down the notion that a state health entity can wield power over a population without a representative body being involved.
The MO Department of Health and Senior Services cannot shut down a school or quash an assembly “based on the unfettered opinion of an unelected official.”
The court goes on to quote Montesquieu and a few other cases.
Most importantly the court lays out precedent now to demolish the roughshod run of local unelected health officials over schools in MO.
You can read the full opinion here:
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