Representative Jeremy Munson Outlines Ridiculous Deal Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka is Considering with Governor Walz

Jeremy Munson Post on Facebook:

Are you willing to accept a statewide mask mandate in exchange for the Governor softening “some” of his executive orders right before we receive a ruling that could remove his ability to unilaterally write laws?

One of the problems with negotiating anything in exchange for the Governor lifting or loosening executive orders is that unless the emergency powers law is rewritten or overturned, he can simply renew his orders the next day. Furthermore, the emergency powers law is so poorly written, a governor could end the peacetime emergency every 29 days and simply renew it the next, thereby avoiding the requirement to call the legislature back into session to have the opportunity to veto his powers. No governor, Republican or Democrat, should have the unilateral power to write laws indefinitely that restrict our civil liberties without legislative oversight or judicial review.

While Rep. Daudt is not a plaintiff in the case heard yesterday to challenge the Governor’s authority to unilaterally write laws unchecked, many other Republican Representatives and Senators did join the lawsuit. The arguments are strong for why the peacetime emergency law and the expansion of the governor’s powers is unconstitutional. We expect a ruling any day.

If Governor Walz is willing to trade some executive orders for a spending bill, does this mean his orders are about public health or politics?

I would like to hear your thoughts. I would also encourage everyone to share their thoughts on this deal with their legislators.

Published by richarddahl777

I am your Blue-Collar attorney admitted to the State Bars of Minnesota and Wisconsin. I was born and raised in a small farming community in the Midwest and was an All-Conference college football player at Knox College where I finished in the top 10% of my class and won the highest award in Economics as the best graduating student in the department. I then received a degree from the University of Chicago Law School, a Top Five Law School, after transferring from the University of Illinois Law School where I had made Law Review. In a career of over 20 years, I have combined vigilant old-fashioned work ethic with my relentless pursuit of justice. My empathetic approach to my clients and work ethic quickly garnered me a reputation as a formidable and well-respected attorney, resulting in my nomination as a rising star in Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine. Further, I have become a savvy and seasoned litigator who will fight to obtain the best results for his clients whether it is a personal injury case, criminal case, family law matter, employment dispute, or any other litigation matter. I am running for State Senate District 09 in Minnesota because my local senator for months refused to confront Governor Walz on the extended unjustified lockdown using medical models from grad students at the U of M while sending COVID19 patients to nursing homes exposing the most vulnerable Minnesotans. Then, he failed to adequately address the politicians in the Minneapolis fever swamp who are liberal socialists that allowed Antifa and BLM to act with impunity in destroying areas in the Twin Cities without any justification causing 500 million dollars in damage. I intend to bring my work ethic, family values and tenacity to fight for and represent Senate District 09. Minnesota needs fighters now to help save the state and the Twin Cities from misguided politicians. Any donation of $20, $40, $50, or even $100 or more will help me send him back to his insurance job and go fight for YOU. Send your check to Richard Dahl, Dahl For Senate, PO Box 452, Pequot Lakes, MN 56472. You can also donate to Dahl for Senate at:

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