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Louisiana Solicitor General Liz Murrill to Testify Before Congress

Major hearing to cover unconstitutional lockdowns, egregious violations of free speech, suspension of religious freedoms, harmful school closures, and mandates attacking liberty.

WASHINGTON, DC – Louisiana Solicitor General Liz Murrill will testify before the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform at tomorrow morning’s
Churches vs. Casinos: TheConstitution is not Suspended in Times of Crisis hearing.

Solicitor General Murrill is expected to focus her testimony on ways state and local governments infringed on the civil liberties of Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic – including the case involving Louisiana pastor Tony Spell. She may also mention the personal story of her minor son suffering myocarditis after receiving a COVID mRNA vaccine.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to discuss the constitutionality of our government’s response to COVID-19,” said Solicitor General Murrill. “We must really evaluate what happened during the pandemic so we can attempt to repair the damage and prevent it from ever happening again.”

Solicitor General Murrill has helped lead the charge against the federal government’s COVID mandates, even arguing at the U.S. Supreme Court against Biden’s attacks on our healthcare heroes. She successfully blocked the forced masking of toddlers in Head Start Programs and the invasive vaccine mandate for federal contractors. Solicitor General Murrill also worked to defend personal freedoms and parental rights of Louisiana citizens against invasive and arbitrary infringements by state and local officials.