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Wisconsin justices question COVID-19 order

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 5 May 2020
Conservative justices who control the Wisconsin Supreme Court are raising questions about Gov. Tony Evers' administration's stay-at-home order. They heard arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit Republican legislators filed challenging the order. (May 5)
 
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