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Protesters demand Wisconsin governor to reopen state as coronavirus cases rise

Reuters Friday, 24 April 2020
A rally outside Wisconsin's capitol building in Madison on Friday drew hundreds of protesters who demanded Democratic Governor Tony Evers reopen the state even as it reported its largest single day jump of new coronavirus cases.
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A rally outside Wisconsin’s capitol building in Madison on Friday drew hundreds of protesters. Reuters reports that the protestors were demanding Democratic Governor Tony Evers reopen the state. These demands come alongside reports on the largest single-day jump of new coronavirus cases. The...

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