Libertarian Challenges Lockdowns…& Wins! ft. TJ Roberts Ep. 168

by | Jun 2, 2021

Last week, I was joined by TJ Roberts, an Austro-libertarian and second-year law student. TJ was ticketed for attending a church service during Kentucky’s lockdown. He sued in federal court and won. His victory helped set precedent that was used by other federal courts to end some of the lockdown orders across the country.

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Show Notes:

Roberts v. Neace

Lawsuit accuses Beshear, others of violating religious freedoms in COVID-19 orders

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Patrick MacFarlane is a Wisconsin attorney in private practice. He is the host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast at www.libertyweekly.net, where he covers libertarian legal theory, Austrian economics, history, and other libertarian topics. He may be reached at patrick.macfarlane@libertyweekly.net
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