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“I really think the Supreme Court’s ruling is perplexing and irresponsible and to strike down a safer-at-home order that has been working… across the state just doesn’t make any sense at all,” Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway says about the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision allowed all retailers to open without restrictions, save for those in municipalities that implemented local regulations.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision allowed all retailers to open without restrictions, save for those in municipalities that implemented local regulations.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision allowed all retailers to open without restrictions, save for those in municipalities that implemented local regulations.

“I really think the Supreme Court’s ruling is perplexing and irresponsible and to strike down a safer-at-home order that has been working… across the state just doesn’t make any sense at all,” Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway says about the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision allowed all retailers to open without restrictions, save for those in municipalities that implemented local regulations.

With the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling invalidating the Safer at Home order, local public health departments across the state are forced to create a patchwork of orders and recommendations to continue to keep the public safe.

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BREAKING: Wisconsin Supreme Courts blocks @GovEvers ' order to shut down Tuesday's election.

BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court refuses to extend absentee voting in Wisconsin. The vote was 5 to 4, with the court’s conservatives in the majority.

Moving the election was an unprecedented decision for @WISuptTonyEvers  to make, but it was the right one. I am appalled that the U.S. and Wisconsin Supreme Courts refused to allow any modification in the interests of public health and democracy alike.

“It is unconscionable”: Liberal groups are condemning the Supreme Court’s decision in today’s Wisconsin primary as a sign of massive disenfranchisement

Wisconsin Supreme Court, five days ago: “In light of the existing public health emergency... it is necessary to limit temporarily the number of individuals who are physically present within the offices of the appellate courts of this state.”

Voters in Wisconsin risked their health Tuesday to participate in the primary election after the federal and state Supreme Courts shot down the governor’s attempt to postpone voting

NEVER AGAIN CAN REPUBLICANS CLAIM THAT THEY ARE "PRO-LIFE" AFTER THIS: High courts block Evers on 2 fronts: Wisconsin justices overturn ban on Tuesday voting, U.S. Supreme Court restricts absentee ballots

Breaking: Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks Gov. Evers’ order to postpone Tuesday’s election, despite his arguments in-person voting could endanger poll workers & voters. Court’s conservative majority sided with Republicans who control state legislature and opposed delay.

On the NRA: "Wisconsinites have seen that this isn't fair, and they've lost confidence in our courts ... this win was a win for Wisconsin and a win against special interests like the NRA trying to buy our courts." – Rebecca Dallet, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice elect

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