Spotlight: COVID cops lose again in court

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MADISON — Racine’s power-grabbing health officer broke the law when she issued an order closing all schools, public and private, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has unanimously ruled.

The decision marked another loss for unelected bureaucrats expanding the bounds of their authority during the pandemic.

“The Court determined, once again, that a local public health officer violated the law when it ordered all schools in her jurisdiction closed. This marks another important case reminding public officials that emergencies do not override the rule of law,” said Rick Esenberg, president and general counsel for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), which took Racine Public Health Administrator Dottie-Kay Bowersox to court.

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