A federal judge has refused to block the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ ban on indoor dining.
When the MDHHS issued restrictions on indoor dining two weeks ago designed to slow the surge of COVID-19 cases, the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association sued the state. It brought four federal claims and a pair of state claims.
“Alleging that the Constitutional rights of restaurant operators have been violated.”
Michael Huff is a corporate attorney with Mika Meyers.