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Archive: April 2020

Wisconsin “Turns the Dial” by Allowing Curbside Drop-off (& More) Beginning April 29

On April 27, Governor Evers announced a “turn of the dial” in expanding allowed operations for nonessential businesses. The Emergency Order, signed today by Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm, allows nonessential businesses to do curbside drop-off of goods and animals. This will allow businesses like dog groomers, small engine repair shops, upholstery businesses, […]

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Governor Announces Plan for Reopening Wisconsin: Badger Bounce Back

With Emergency Order #31, issued on April 20, 2020, Governor Evers and DHS Secretary Andrea Palm have announced “Badger Bounce Back” plan, which outlines important criteria for Wisconsin to be able to reopen its economy in phases. As stated in a press release from the Governor’s office: “The Badger Bounce Back plan is informed in […]

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Safer at Home Order Extended to May 26, 2020

Wisconsin’s Safer at Home Order Extended to May 26, 2020 The last few days have seen a flurry of action from our state government. On April 15, Governor Evers signed a COVID relief bill into law to help businesses and the citizens of Wisconsin get through the pandemic. Today, Governor Evers extend the Safer at […]

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Wisconsin COVID Legal Updates: April 9, 2020

April 9 saw Governor Evers publish more guidelines and orders in response to the continued growth of the COVID-19 pandemic in Wisconsin. One such measure ordered the temporary closure of 40 state parks, starting at the end of the day on April 9. The Evers Administration cites overcrowding, litter, and vandalism as recent problems in […]

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Unemployment Benefits under CARES

            On March 27, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) became law.  Among many provisions, the bill bolsters unemployment aid for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic by expanding both the aid available and range of people eligible for the aid. The full Act can […]

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