Are states that shutdown business, churches, households, etc. required to compensate for damages?
Here is what constitution says:
No person shall . . .be obliged to relinquish his property, where it may be necessary for public use, without just compensation
nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law
Business have lost billions as a result of government closures related to the coronavirus; can they demand compensation from the government?
Can people who are unemployed as a result of government-ordered shutdowns demand compensation as well?