During Lockdown, What Travel Is Permitted?

During Lockdown, What Travel Is Permitted?

As noted in the last my last post, Governor Pritzker’s latest (and previous) stay at home order prohibits recreational motorcycling and driving. In other words, if you’re not on your way to an allowed destination, travel by any means is not allowed. So what are allowable destinations? The starting point is the latest stay at […]

Recreational Motorcycling and Sunday Drives Prohibited under Governor Pritzker’s Executive Orders

Anyone who rides knows that getting on a motorcycle and feeling the sun and wind against your face for a few hours can be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to stress relief. For others, a Sunday (or any day) drive to nowhere in particular can settle the mind and make lemonade out […]

Governor Pritzker Extends Lock-Down, Orders New Restrictions, Eases Others

Governor J.B. Pritzker issued his third Disaster Proclamation in response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic on April 30, extending the declaration that all Illinois counties are a disaster area for another 30 days, through May 30. To view the governor’s April 30 proclamation, click here. Along with the new DisasterProclamation, the governor issued a new […]

Second Illinois Lawmaker Sues Governor

Following Illinois state representative Darren Bailey’s lawsuit challenging Governor J.B. Pritzker’s stay at home order, filed on April 23, another state representative, John Cabello, has also filed suit against the governor. Both Bailey and Cabello are Republicans. Cabello’s case was filed in Winnebago County on April 29 and seeks injunctive relief against the governor, presumably […]

TRO Prohibits Enforcement of Governor’s Stay at Home Order against One Man

As most have heard by now, Illinois legislator Darren Bailey filed suit against Governor J.B. Pritzker on April 23rd, seeking declaratory judgment and injunctive relief against enforcement of the Governor’s March 20 stay at home order, effectively asking the court to prohibit further enforcement of the Governor’s order as it stands against Bailey personally. Bailey […]