Wisconsin bars packed with patrons after court strikes down start-at-home orders

Wisconsin bars packed with patrons after court strikes down start-at-home orders

Several bars in Wisconsin were packed with patrons hours after Supreme Court strikes down an extension of Gov. Tony Evers’ stay-at-home order, which has been in effect since mid-March. The 4-to-3 ruling reopened the state by lifting caps on the size of gatherings, letting people to travel as they wish, and permitting businesses to reopen.

Ben Song
Ben Song
tenoclock
tenoclock 2 weeks

Nice.

Paul C
Paul C 2 weeks

So when coronavirus cases decline there can the claim be made that beer was the cure all along?

No Signal
No Signal 2 weeks

"Start at home orders". So they want us to pregame going to the bar?

Matthew
Matthew 2 weeks

I really wish the court would have struck it down on the substance of the order rather than the process used but a win is a win and the concurring opinions provide some fairly useful language.

Evil Smoo
Evil Smoo 2 weeks

RIP Wisconsin.

Barry
Barry 2 weeks

Darwin awards all around

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