Over the past 104 years, state’s highest court has largely allowed Wisconsin’s executive branch and administrative agencies to grow in power. By voting against the Department of Health and Andrea Palm, the tides may be turning.
Bars and restaurants are reopening. Well, some of them.
When the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned Safer at Home, local leaders had to scramble to respond.
After the state supreme court struck the order down, some counties have decided to keep restrictions in place.
“I think there is a perception that we’re just about at the end of this, and we can go back to life as normal. I wish I could say that was so, but it isn’t.”
We spoke with Milwaukee County’s emergency management medical director to get some advice.
Dr. Kyle Pronko, a pediatric hospitalist with Children’s Wisconsin, walks us through what his days are like while a pandemic ravages other hospitals.
“Anyone who’s symptomatic should come in, should get a COVID-19 test.”
If the GOP lawmakers challenging Gov. Tony Evers’ plan have one of their own, they haven’t shared it with the public.
“There’s a community responsibility that goes along with what we’re trying to do.”