Midland Daily News — Gov. Whitmer extends ‘stay-at-home’ order to May 15, eases some restrictions

Victoria Ritter | vritter@mdn.net | Posted <a href=”http://&lt;!– wp:heading –> <h2><strong><a href=”https://www.ourmidland.com/news/article/Gov-Whitmer-extends-stay-at-home-order-to-May-15224043.php?fbclid=IwAR24GVCVguHksQyRHoF2Nl7y0e5pgTXYala9i9O2k2uEQh6WotAp1cIL4k8″>MDN </a>– Gov. Whitmer extends ‘stay-at-home’ order to May 15, eases some restrictions</strong></h2> <!– /wp:heading –> <!– wp:paragraph –> <p>Victoria Ritter | vritter@mdn.net | Posted April 24, 2020</p> <!– /wp:paragraph –> <!– wp:paragraph –> <p>In reaction to Whitmer’s executive order on Friday, state Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, stated: “Thankfully, the governor reversed herself and lifted the unnecessary restrictions on human activity she imposed two weeks ago, the most restrictive in the nation, and moved back towards a ‘safe science, common sense’ approach to protecting Michiganders’ health while also protecting families from permanently losing their homes, jobs, or businesses.”</p> <!– /wp:paragraph –> <!– wp:paragraph –> <p>”Michiganders can once again use a boat with a motor. They can buy gardening supplies at Meijer or Walmart. And they can buy anything they want again from stores that provide curbside pickup,” she added. “All of those are a first step back in the right direction, and we’ll continue pushing to let more businesses and employees who can safely do so get back to work.”<video width=”700″ height=”393″ preload=”auto”></video></p> <!– /wp:paragraph –>” data-type=”URL” data-id=”<!– wp:heading –> <h2><strong><a href=”https://www.ourmidland.com/news/article/Gov-Whitmer-extends-stay-at-home-order-to-May-15224043.php?fbclid=IwAR24GVCVguHksQyRHoF2Nl7y0e5pgTXYala9i9O2k2uEQh6WotAp1cIL4k8″>MDN </a>– Gov. Whitmer extends ‘stay-at-home’ order to May 15, eases some restrictions</strong></h2> <!– /wp:heading –> <!– wp:paragraph –> <p>Victoria Ritter | vritter@mdn.net | Posted April 24, 2020</p> <!– /wp:paragraph –> <!– wp:paragraph –> <p>In reaction to Whitmer’s executive order on Friday, state Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, stated: “Thankfully, the governor reversed herself and lifted the unnecessary restrictions on human activity she imposed two weeks ago, the most restrictive in the nation, and moved back towards a ‘safe science, common sense’ approach to protecting Michiganders’ health while also protecting families from permanently losing their homes, jobs, or businesses.”</p> <!– /wp:paragraph –> <!– wp:paragraph –> <p>”Michiganders can once again use a boat with a motor. They can buy gardening supplies at Meijer or Walmart. And they can buy anything they want again from stores that provide curbside pickup,” she added. “All of those are a first step back in the right direction, and we’ll continue pushing to let more businesses and employees who can safely do so get back to work.”<video width=”700″ height=”393″ preload=”auto”></video></p> April 24, 2020

In reaction to Whitmer’s executive order on Friday, state Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, stated: “Thankfully, the governor reversed herself and lifted the unnecessary restrictions on human activity she imposed two weeks ago, the most restrictive in the nation, and moved back towards a ‘safe science, common sense’ approach to protecting Michiganders’ health while also protecting families from permanently losing their homes, jobs, or businesses.”

“Michiganders can once again use a boat with a motor. They can buy gardening supplies at Meijer or Walmart. And they can buy anything they want again from stores that provide curbside pickup,” she added. “All of those are a first step back in the right direction, and we’ll continue pushing to let more businesses and employees who can safely do so get back to work.”

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