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Wisconsin’s Supreme Court struck down the state's “safer at home” order Wednesday, saying Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ administration overstepped its authority when it extended the order through the end of May. Evers issued a stay-at-home order in March which was supposed to expire April 24. But the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Andrea Palm, an Evers appointee, extended it to May 26. Republicans asked the Supreme Court on April 21 to block the extension, arguing that it amounts to an administrative rule, which requires legislative approval.
👇👇👇 Totally legitimate questions that every clear thinking American is asking themselves right now. Answers from any politician or health officer - or are we in a twilight zone America where legitimate questions aren't even allowed anymore? #OpenAmericaNow https://t.co/rTtZNSlzKG— Tony Krvaric - Text TRUMP to 484848 (@TonyKrvaric) May 14, 2020