Gov. Evers Approves DHS Statement of Scope, Beginning Administrative Rule Making Process
MADISON — Following the Supreme Court of Wisconsin’s ruling striking down Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order, Gov. Tony Evers today approved a statement of scope developed by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) beginning the administrative rule making process to enact protections for Wisconsinites during the COVID-19 pandemic. The governor’s approval letter is available here and the scope statement is available here.
The governor’s statement on the Supreme Court of Wisconsin’s ruling is available here.
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