Protesters have amassed around Michigan's capitol building in Lansing to demonstrate against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's latest order that places restrictions on travel, the sale of nonessential items, and more.
The order, implemented last weekend, includes limits on what types of goods stores can sell and a ban on travel from one residence to another residence, including vacation properties, rental properties, or second properties inside Michigan.
The protesters said that the order infringes upon residents' Constitutional rights.
Michigan's order drew widespread attention when "The View" co-host Meghan McCain criticized Whitmer's order and shared a photo on Twitter that allegedly showed a Walmart in Michigan blocking the sale of child car seats.
Whitmer wrote in response that the state’s ban on nonessential items does not encompass car seats.
“Hi Meghan! Our Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order does not ban the purchasing of car seats for children … Wishing your family well, and happy Easter!” she said on Twitter.