Most of Epic's nearly 10,000 employees will be required to return to the health software company's campus by Sept. 21. https://t.co/TAXWMBo8Hy — Wisconsin State Journal (@WiStateJournal) August 5, 2020
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But then giving in to the loudest voices who were bored at home, and unable to drink at their local bar, and not able to shop in brick and mortar establishments elected officials caved and opened up the economy too quickly. All the work that was done with self-quarantine, and responsible ones wearing masks and…
No excuse for what happened in Madison last night. Vandalism and violence absolutely undermines #BLM. I’m glad Tim’s OK. And, any of the vandals know why the Hans Heg statue was there in the first place? — Jon Erpenbach (@JonErpenbach) June 24, 2020
We are prepared to activate the Wisconsin National Guard to protect state buildings and infrastructure and are continuing to work with local law enforcement to understand their response to last night’s events and their plan to respond to similar events in the future. — Governor Tony Evers (@GovEvers) June 24, 2020 …
Ummm… it's not an alleged attack if you're camera is literally punched out of your hand. Mob mentality has to end. https://t.co/YElipzGLaG — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) June 24, 2020
Ah yes, that famous reactionary icon commissioned by Wisconsin women, sculpted by one, and designed explicitly as a symbol of progressivism in the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment https://t.co/eDCA8WuN8i — Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) June 24, 2020
Protestors in Madison tear down statue of immigrant anti-slavery activist who died as a Union officer at the Battle of Chickamauga https://t.co/QKqeMdIaQg — Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) June 24, 2020