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Evers: DHS has broad authority to temporarily limit individuals, restrict businesses
Two weeks ago, opposition to Gov. Tony Evers’ lockdown of the state through May 26 was manifested primarily in the streets as protests arose around the state, but since last week the terrain of complaint has shifted to the state’s courts.
In the streets: The crowds weren’t spectacularly huge, but they were significant, with about 1,500 protesters gathered in Madison, another thousand in Mosinee, and yet another thousand in Brookfield, with smaller gatherings elsewhere.
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