Bandimere Family Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Jared Polis, State And Jefferson County Health Departments

The Bandimere family, of Bandimere Speedway, has actually filed a claim versus Gov. Jared Polis, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the Jefferson County Department of Health. This comes on the exact same day Jefferson County’s health and wellness department submitted an injunction after the “Stop The COVID Chaos” rally.

The legal action submitted by the Bandimere family members states, among other things, that making use of exec orders as shown by Polis are unconstitutional.

Numerous people went to the “Stop the COVID Chaos” rally Tuesday night at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison to oppose public health orders released by the governor.

Despite statewide requirements to cover groups at 175 individuals for outside occasions, numerous people loaded the bleachers of the Colorado race course during the rally, much of whom were not using masks.

Speakers included members of the Bandimere household along with Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, a Republican, and traditional expert Michelle Malkin.

Michelle Malkin

Michelle Malkin Neville and also Malkin just recently submitted a claim planned to block Polis’ executive orders yet the Colorado Supreme Court rejected to hear it, though Neville informed the crowd it was filed once more in area court Monday.

Previously in the week, John Bandimere Jr. claimed he would certainly submit a comparable legal action, “given that Governor Polis has actually not honored the spirit of the emergency situation powers law by consistently extending as well as increasing his authority as well as, no matter, due to the fact that his Executive Orders as well as Public Health Orders are unconstitutional.”

In July, a judge provided a temporary limiting order versus the speedway prior to an Independence Day event that was expected to draw thousands more than the crowd limits in position because of COVID-19.

Weeks later on, the speedway resumed after reaching an arrangement with Jefferson County Public Health.

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