Johnson releases a timeline listing the ways he has opposed investigations into a siege he continues to downplay.
In scathing court filing, Evers reiterates call to extend deadline to Nov. 9.
Instead, a GOP-led committee fights an emergency safeguard, even though it will expire by the time the Legislature can officially reject it.
Special session will get a quick gavel and other bills to consider later, an “empty procedural gesture,” says Evers’ office.
Republicans "stand ready" to kill the statewide order, so local officials are staying on top of it.
Senate leader indicates his chamber will convene to vote on ending the order.
Trump receives bipartisan backlash for suggesting presidential election be delayed.
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