The Wisconsin Legislature's top Republicans say that now is not the time to question the emergency powers Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is using to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, saying those debates can wait for another day.
Wisconsin has issued a "stay-at-home" order to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. But what does that mean? What can and can't people do under the new rules? Here are some answers to common questions.
Jury trials in Wisconsin will be suspended until late May under an order handed down on March 22 by a divided state Supreme Court to try and slow the spread of COVID-19. One of the court's conservatives says the move had "nullified" the Constitution.