Supreme Chaos

Wisconsin Supreme Court's recent overruling of vetoes and health orders with vague language offer no guidancehttps://t.co/kD3LN38RPo#wipolitics — Urban Milwaukee (@UrbanMilwaukee) July 20, 2020        


Wisconsin @GovEvers tells reporters that Republican lawmakers convinced four members of the Supreme Court to throw the state into chaos, adding, "We were in a good place. We're no longer…" — Mary Spicuzza (@MSpicuzzaMJS) May 14, 2020          

Friends on Each Side of the Issue

The amicus curiae briefs filed in this case tell the ugly tale. For @wisgop legislators:@TavernLeagueWIS, @AFPWI & @WisconsinMC For DHS Secretary Palm:@WIPublicHealth, @wisconsinnurses, @WIAAP, 17 Legal Scholars & 24 WI Community, Advocacy, Labor & Membership Organizations… https://t.co/iX0VJS6Kac — Jules (@synathroesmus) May 14, 2020                    

Super Spreaders Set Loose

Things like bars, movie theaters, concerts… you name it…– all the "super spreaders" you can imagine are open right now in Wisconsin. And the result is inevitable– in a couple of weeks we'll be worse off than we were a month ago. https://t.co/7KwHWSwwWj — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) May 14, 2020          …


Remember—during oral arguments, Rebecca Bradley, appointed by Scott Walker, compared stay-home orders to Japanese-American internment. Right-winger Pat Roggensack, who is up in 2023, said flare-ups among meat packers don't affect "regular folks." https://t.co/Nlf7huCfB7 — Ben Wikler (@benwikler) May 13, 2020                    


The court’s five Republican justices appeared to have no compunction about ending social distancing rules for the rest of the state’s citizens, even as they conducted their hearing remotely on Zoom. https://t.co/sZ19i2XxDc — Slate (@Slate) May 5, 2020            


A toast to @repvos, U.S. Supreme Court and @realdonaldtrump: Naked partisanship is one thing, but putting people's lives in danger to do it as another. It backfired big time. Thanks! byyyyyyyyyyye — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) April 14, 2020