Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
Perhaps seeing the writing on the wall, Gov. Tony Evers on Monday said he would end his pursuit of revising his lockdown through administrative rule.
The blowhard bureaucrats and politicians may not like it, but they’ve seen a surge in public engagement in the wake of the pandemic and government’s overreaching response.
One state senator wants Gov. Evers to withdraw his embattled health secretary’s looming rule that could shut down Wisconsin again, while another is asking the secretary to step down.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court may have tossed out the Evers administration’s statewide lockdown, but local governments around the state aren’t ready to give up the keys just yet.
It came as little surprise that the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s liberal wing disagreed with Wednesday’s majority ruling striking down the Evers administration lockdown.
More than two months after seeking records on dozens of voters who illegally voted in the 2018 election, the Wisconsin Elections Commission has failed to fill Empower Wisconsin’s open records request.