MON AM Update: 11 mayors ask Evers administration to stop in-person voting; Republicans appeal absentee ballot case to U.S. Supreme Court

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-- With the spring election now before the U.S. Supreme Court, 11 Wisconsin mayors are pressing Gov. Tony Evers' administration to stop in-person voting after Republican lawmakers declined to take up his last-minute request for a mail-in election with new deadlines in May.
But a source close to the guv says Evers doesn't believe his administration has that power. And any attempt to move it without legislative approval would end up before the conservative-dominated state Supreme Court, which...

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