When Can the Government Lock You in Your House? Quarantines and the Constitution

IJ Attorneys Discuss States’ Police Powers

As we all deal with the many changes in day to day life brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, have you ever wondered just what the government has the power to do to protect public health and safety—and when and how can it exercise that power? In today’s episode, we discuss government police power and the many circumstances in which it is deployed.

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