So where exactly does the Governor get his authority to order bars and restaurants to close?  How can Mayors restrict travel in their communities? And can a business sue the government due to loss of revenue because of efforts to halt the spread of the coronavirus?

Indy Politics speaks with Evansville government and municipal attorney and writer Joshua Clayborn of Jackson Kelly PLLC  to get some answers.

The Leon-Tailored Audio runs for about 15 minutes.  It also includes a public service announcement from the Indiana Department of Public Health.

Editor’s note:  As of 4:30 p.m. (ET) on Tuesday the governor did issue a formal executive order, which makes the foodservice establishment closures legally binding.