Attorney General Josh Kaul says the lawsuit “seeks to disenfranchise every Wisconsinite who voted.”
Suit could set precedent for local health officials’ authority over private entities.
One Wisconsin Supreme Court justice uses a bizarre analogy in oral arguments over Wisconsin’s coronavirus safeguard, while another notes the Legislature could be a partner with Gov. Evers but has not met.
Court’s decision in case over statewide mask order will have lasting implications for the state’s coronavirus response.
Early reports indicate the court may uphold the law.
Oral arguments begin Tuesday, with three conservative justices appointed by outgoing President Donald Trump joining the 6-3 conservative court to decide the case.
The order was meant to slow the state’s unprecedented spread of coronavirus.
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