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ADVERTISEMENT Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 11:30 AM f FOX56 Pittsburgh City Controller and candidate for Pennsylvania Auditor General in Tuesday's delayed-primary election, Mike Lamb, is the featured guest on The Volpe Report Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on FOX56. Mr. Lamb has been the controller in the City of Pittsburgh since 2008 and had role in Allegheny County's move from a commission form of government to a county council form of government, a move observers say was the catalyst to the county's resurgence following the devastation left after the steel plants disappeared from the landscape. In his continuing comments on this chapter of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chuck finds words tucked inside an Illinois Judge's Restraining Order to fuel Volpe's Views Tuesday at 10 p.m. during the FOX56 News at 10. In issuing a Restraining Order preventing Democratic Illinois Governor J.B. Prizker's 30-day extension of a stay at home order, the judge didn't mince his words. In the order, Chief Judge Michael McHaney of the 4th District Judicial Circuit, wrote ...since the inception of this insanity, certain regulations, rules or consequences have occurred, but make no sense." The judge continued, you can get an abortion, but can't get colonoscopy; you can get a waiver to sell pot, but you cannot get a waiver to sell goods and services at a five generation family-owned business. Chief Judge McHaney struck at the heart, of the issue when he wrote, "When laws do not apply to those who make them, people are not being governed, they are being ruled... Make no mistake; these executive orders are not laws. They are royal decrees." This is a view you won't want to miss, for Chuck says what's on everyone's mind. Tune in Tuesdays on FOX 56 First News at 10. Mike Lamb ADVERTISEMENT Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 11:30 AM f FOX56 Pittsburgh City Controller and candidate for Pennsylvania Auditor General in Tuesday's delayed-primary election, Mike Lamb, is the featured guest on The Volpe Report Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on FOX56. Mr. Lamb has been the controller in the City of Pittsburgh since 2008 and had role in Allegheny County's move from a commission form of government to a county council form of government, a move observers say was the catalyst to the county's resurgence following the devastation left after the steel plants disappeared from the landscape. In his continuing comments on this chapter of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chuck finds words tucked inside an Illinois Judge's Restraining Order to fuel Volpe's Views Tuesday at 10 p.m. during the FOX56 News at 10. In issuing a Restraining Order preventing Democratic Illinois Governor J.B. Prizker's 30-day extension of a stay at home order, the judge didn't mince his words. In the order, Chief Judge Michael McHaney of the 4th District Judicial Circuit, wrote ...since the inception of this insanity, certain regulations, rules or consequences have occurred, but make no sense." The judge continued, you can get an abortion, but can't get colonoscopy; you can get a waiver to sell pot, but you cannot get a waiver to sell goods and services at a five generation family-owned business. Chief Judge McHaney struck at the heart, of the issue when he wrote, "When laws do not apply to those who make them, people are not being governed, they are being ruled... Make no mistake; these executive orders are not laws. They are royal decrees." This is a view you won't want to miss, for Chuck says what's on everyone's mind. Tune in Tuesdays on FOX 56 First News at 10. Mike Lamb