WED AM Update: Supreme Court rules Evers administration didn’t have authority to limit public, indoor gatherings through DHS order

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-- A split state Supreme Court today ruled Gov. Tony Evers' administration didn't have the power to limit public gatherings last fall in an effort to combat a rise in COVID-19 cases.
In the 4-3 ruling, the court found the order issued by then-Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm should've gone through the administrative rules process. Because it didn't, the order was invalid and unenforceable.
The majority added Palm's order met the definition of a rule the court had laid out in...

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