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Wisconsin Republicans file lawsuit challenging coronavirus shutdown order

Reuters Tuesday, 21 April 2020
Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Democratic Governor Tony Evers, challenging his stay-at-home order to contain the coronavirus outbreak as states' decisions on when to re-open their economies have become increasingly political.
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