Protesters turn out in Michigan to push back against stay-at-home order
LANSING, Mich. – The extended stay-at-home order for Michigan was the reason for a loud protest Wednesday in the capital city of Lansing. The plan was to circle the Capitol with as many honking vehicles to protest the stay-at-home order. RELATED: What happens if you violate Michigan’s stay-at-home order? “This is about Michigan citizens.”Michigan State Police troopers lined up to keep order, but protestors said they intended to follow safe distancing rules and would stay inside their vehicles. “Michigan has the third-most COVID-19 cases in the nation right now," Whitmer said Wednesday morning.