State Capitol Report: Stay-At-Home Order Struck Down, Lawmakers Must Approve Emergency Rule

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Interior of Wisconsin State Capitol
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First, we learn more about what the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision to strike down the stay-at-home order means for the state’s efforts to combat COVID-19. Then, we speak to the Republican lawmaker in charge of the committee tasked with deciding any new rules to replace the stay-at-home order.

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  • Lawmakers Work With Evers On New Emergency Rule

    The Evers administration and the legislature prepare to discuss a new plan of action following the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision declaring the “Safer-At-Home” unconstitutional. We learn more about the legislative rule-making process and what’s to come from WPR’s State Capitol Reporter.

  • GOP Legislator Talks About Rule Making Process

    After the Wisconsin State Supreme Court struck down the Department of Health Services’ “Safer-At-Home” order last week, we check in with a GOP legislator about how state lawmakers will proceed in combating COVID-19.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • L. Malik Anderson Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Laurel White Guest
  • Sen. Joan Ballweg Guest