Evers’ coronavirus spending plan is Christmas for liberals

Evers’ coronavirus spending plan is Christmas for liberals

Taking a page from their binge-spending federal brethren, Gov. Tony Evers and his liberal pals have pitched a plan to dump money all over the COVID-19 pandemic in Wisconsin — indefinitely. 

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March 31, 2020
Madison drops coronavirus snitch form

Madison drops coronavirus snitch form

Dane County Health officials have taken down a page on their website urging residents to turn in their neighbors for violating Gov. Tony Evers’ social-distancing orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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March 31, 2020
AG’s office wants to know who’s breaking Evers’ coronavirus law

AG’s office wants to know who’s breaking Evers’ coronavirus law

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul’s office is seeking information from local law enforcement officials about their contacts with individuals supposedly breaking Gov. Tony Evers’ orders on sheltering at home and practicing social distancing. 

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March 31, 2020
Coronavirus economic casualties mount

Coronavirus economic casualties mount

The economic casualties are piling up in the wake of Gov. Tony Evers’ restrictive orders shutting down business and sending workers home. 

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March 29, 2020
Evers’ Order #12: Deciding what’s ‘essential’

Evers’ Order #12: Deciding what’s ‘essential’

John Stocks just wants the opportunity to say goodbye to his dying father. That’s no longer possible under Gov. Tony Evers’ Emergency Order #12.

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March 26, 2020
Liberty in Times of Crisis: Justice Weighs In

Liberty in Times of Crisis: Justice Weighs In

Since Gov. Tony Evers’ started ramping up his edicts on social distancing earlier this week, Justice Bradley has been quietly sending out one tweet each day. The tweets have a similar theme: In times of crisis or emergency, protecting fundamental liberties is paramount.

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March 25, 2020