Today on Insight, John and Josh Rosenstern discuss the current plan to open the United States economy after the COVID19 shutdown. The President is leaving the bulk of how fast, or slow the opening up goes, to the Governors of the various states. The Rosensterns say Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has the right idea to just begin, giving the go ahead to even nail salons and barber shops. President Trump said he will leave the final decision to each Governor, but does think the Georgia Governor is maybe moving a little too fast. Brother Josh echoes Governor Kemp who says, if you don’t want to go get your hair cut, or eat out, then don’t. That’s your choice. The Rosensterns also discuss some of the issues that have transpired since the stay at home orders began, and how many lawsuits and other precedent setting cases will likely come before every level of our court's system.