I doubt you'll have to wait long for the circus to start. Right now the big tent (courts) are closed most places.What I am finding interesting is what Civil Libertarian groups are going to try to do about situations like this, if anything?. For instance, the ACLU in the past has sued Cities (and won) when cities attempted to remove homeless camps from public land. I believe that I understand, perhaps incorrectly, that the basis of the cases are that camping on public land is “right” when no other facilities are available. This document seems to confirm that:
Interestingly, in this order in Utah, the county has shut all housing facilities and also made it illegal to “camp on public lands”. It is unclear to me that the county can prevent anyone from entering the county (can they?) — despite their desire to only allow ‘essential visitors” and “primary residents”. If I can legally enter the county, then I have no place to sleep...... and, if these court cases are to be believed, I have a “right” to camp on public lands.
note, I’m not a lawyer and certainly not a constitutional lawyer, but I am curious if any civil liberty group will file a suit over orders like this. And, if they do, it will be interesting to follow the outcome.