Earlier this year, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer made headlines with the arbitrary dictates that poured from her office to ostensibly limit the spread of COVID-19.
Showing how arbitrary and tyrannical the dictates were, Michigan citizens were banned from buying a can of paint or a bag of seeds for a vegetable garden, but they could still go to stores to buy lottery tickets. Whitmer was quickly criticized for the "greedy" move to ban people from doing home improvements at their own home but allowing people to squander their paychecks on as many state lottery tickets as they want.
In October, the Michigan Supreme Court fired back and ruled that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's arbitrary bans on things that had no rational basis for limiting the spread of COVID-19, were unconstitutional. Given the fact that the people do not elect a Governor to create legislation, the orders from all Governors across the country are essentially unconstitutional.