MON PM Update: DOJ argues lawsuits to enforce Gableman subpoenas should end; recount narrows Olsen lead in 2nd CD

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-- The state Department of Justice is arguing there's no point to continue court proceedings over subpoenas Michael Gableman issued as part of his review of the 2020 election now that the former justice has been fired.
A private attorney for the Office of Special Counsel argued in a letter last week that Gableman's termination had no impact on the subpoenas filed in Waukesha County seeking to jail the mayors of Green Bay and Madison unless they complied. Attorney James Bopp wrote the subpoenas were issued by the Assembly, not ...

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