Wisconsin bars open doors on night Supreme Court overturns stay-at-home order

Several Wisconsin bars on Wednesday opened their doors and welcomed customers for the first time in months after the state`s Supreme Court sided with Republican legislators and struck down the extension of Gov. Tony Evers`s (D) stay-at-home order.

The Tavern League of Wisconsin, a trade association that represents bars in the state, announced after the ruling that businesses "can OPEN IMMEDIATELY!"

Photos and videos showed groups of patrons dining in bars across the state. Multiple bars opened in the Green Bay area and hosted more than a dozen people, according to USA Today. One video shared from Nick`s, a bar in Platteville, Wis., showed a number of individuals that appeared crowded into the location...


After Wisconsin court ruling, crowds liberated and thirsty descend on bars. ‘We’re the Wild West,’ Gov. Tony Evers says


Ken Notes: No surprise here, but not exactly what the court said. It will be interesting to watch this play out. I am truly frustrated that this in now a political football with many issues not even on the table. Of course Darwin will have something to say about all of this in the end.

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