Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled state legislature has not passed a bill in over three months. Wisconsin’s Supreme Court voted to terminate the governor’s stay-at-home order via a remote session. (The margin: the previous governor’s lame duck political appointee, who had already lost a state-wide election for a proper 10-year term on the court.) Twelve days ago, the court upheld laws a lame-duck session of the Republican-controlled Legislature passed to strip power from the incoming Democratic governor and attorney general.
Wisconsin is on fire, and the arsonists control two branches of the state government. Gerrymandered districts make it unlikely that will change, even after the upcoming election.
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