Illinois lawmaker challenging Gov. Pritzker’s stay-at-home order says not following the Constitution is causing ‘irreparable harm’

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Ella Frank, of Chicago, rides her bike as he mother Gozde watches at the Petrillo Music Pavilion, the site of many summertime live music events, in Chicago’s Grant Park Tuesday, April 28, 2020. From Cape Cod to California, festivals are being nixed, businesses in tourist havens are looking at empty reservation books, and people who have been cooped up through a dismal spring are worrying summer will bring just more of the same. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Representative Darren Bailey of Louisville, Illinois, joins John Williams to talk about his victory in the case to reopen his district given the low number of Coronavirus cases there. He explains why irreparable harm would amount from keeping the town closed.

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