The decision comes as Wisconsin's latest COVID wave rapidly subsides.
Last-minute rule change before February and April elections could lead to confusion and hurt elderly and disabled voters, officials say.
UW leader swings a hammer and raises the goal for students to be protected from the coronavirus.
Any restrictions will first need approval from Republican lawmakers, who are certain to reject the rules.
UW System president, former Gov. Thompson, says the proposal is “the biggest threat to in-person classes.”
Wisconsin needs strong schools to attract and maintain a healthy workforce, but the state’s top two research facilities face numerous struggles.
But a day after Tommy Thompson’s pronouncement, UW Madison warns of a spike in COVID-19 cases as a variant virus shows up in the area.
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