Dave Hardy asks a few questions about the new OC law that’s now been enjoined in Mississippi.
Who drafted this pile of offal? Can officers of a county (which is generally a subdivision of the State) sue the State? Isn’t that a little like the City Planner suing the city because he doesn’t like the zoning plan?
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If officers of a county can’t sue a state then so much for the sheriffs’ lawsuits against the New York SAFE Act and Colorado’s new gun laws.
Yes, but that is a lawsuit over an unjust/illegal Restriction of rights.
This is a suit to make something that is legal into something illegal, which is not something a courts has the right to do as far as I know.
That’s the job of the legislative branch of govt to draft laws to make things illegal. Right?
I’d read his blog more if the spam filter wasn’t so aggressive….
Yeah… one of these days we should probably offer to help Dave get on better blogging software :)