PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (Reuters) – When some patrons sit at the nursing beer bar and watch a Milwaukee Bucks basketball game on a cloudy Thursday afternoon, Junior Useling prepares for what he hopes will be a busy night. another at Bar & Grill.
A handful of patrons joined in at the Patio Bar and Grill a day after the state Supreme Court halted at home to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Port Washington, Wisconsin, USA. May 14, 2020. REUTERS / Brendan O? Brien
Just last night, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the governor had no right to impose coronavirus keys statewide, raising hopes and confusion among struggling business owners around the world. Midwest state.
Useling, 71, considers himself one of the lucky ones: Washington Harbor is part of Oz Bolog County, unlike half a dozen other counties and cities across Wisconsin that explained the court's decision. is a green light.
Why did I close the door? … I got the mortgage and the bill. God, if we continue, we will all be broken, he told Reuters. This country is said to be free to do what you want.
The court faced a legal challenge from Republican lawmakers, who argued that the state's leading public health official, Andrea Palm, overcame her authority by imposing orders at home. until May 26.
Shortly after the verdict was announced, some Wisconsin-loving beer people flocked to the bar to …
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