Judge Rules Indiana Governor’s Case Can Continue

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WOWO):  A Marion County Judge Has Spoken and says Governor Eric Holcomb’s case can continue.  Marion Superior Court Judge Patrick Dietrick dealt Attorney General Todd Rokita another blow Tuesday when he denied a request to pause a case about constitutional powers for an immediate appeal, according to the Journal Gazette.

This means Governor Eric Holcomb’s case questioning the constitutionality of a new law will now move forward instead of moving to the Indiana Court of Appeals. Rokita’s earlier attempt to toss the lawsuit was denied, and on Tuesday the appeal attempt – with no explanation.

At issue is whether the legislature can call itself into emergency session despite the Indiana Constitution giving that power to the governor.

2 COMMENTS

  1. The People of Indiana made a huge mistake re-electing eric holcomb. He is a unrepentant tyrant and should be ousted and his powers limited. By suing the legislature he is essentially suing THE PEOPLE OF INDIANA. When a public official becomes an enemy of THE PEOPLE he is no longer a legitimate leader in a Republic such as ours.

  2. Indiana Needs a Choice Election so that other, Non-Authoritarian Governor Candidates have a chance such as with Rainwater in the last election. Nobody would vote for Rainwater knowing that it might split the vote and give the Win to a Nazi (Democrat), which would be slightly worse than what we have now with Moderate-Democrat Governor Holcomb (I call it like I see it).

    If we had a Choice election, people could pick their 1,2,3 etc…choice without fear of splitting the vote and giving a Nazi the win.

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