By Juliette Fairley Mar 15, 2022 A GOP congressional candidate’s suit against Gov. Gavin Newsom over COVID-19 restrictions is proceeding to trial. Chris Bish sued Gov. Newsom in April 2020 in the Eastern District of California alleging that he grossly abused his power by using the coronavirus pandemic to expand his authority to unprecedented lengths. Although […]
The Center for American Liberty, in coordination with the Law Office of D. Gill Sperlein and the Dhillon Law Group, on behalf of clients Ron Givens and Christine “Chris” Bish, sued California Governor Gavin Newsom, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and two other state officials for depriving plaintiffs of their First and Fourteenth Amendment rights in April
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A Sacramento-area woman running for congress is also suing Governor Newsom over his stay-at-home order, for refusing to grant permits to protest at the state capitol, and for denying Californians their religious rights by shutting down houses of worship. Her name is Chris Bish. She’s realtor and a Republican, who is challenging incumbent Democrat Doris
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“I felt it necessary because our constitutional rights cannot be put on hold,” she said. “I attended the protest on the 20th. … There were plenty of officers there not distancing, not wearing masks.”
“We have to protect public safety, that is our obligation,” said Chris Bish, who is a Republican candidate for Congressional District 6. “But our essential liberties are also important. We cannot sacrifice our civil rights and hide.” Watch the interview of Chris Bish at the following link: https://www.kcra.com/article/group-convenes-california-capitol-protest-stay-at-home-order/32213193
California’s measures aimed at combating the spread of coronavirus unfairly restrict residents’ right to peacefully protest and stifle free speech, two individuals claim in a federal lawsuit filed Monday.