Wisconsin has the political will to tell their Gov. to stuff his Emergency Orders. Political Will – that’s what it takes. And a willingness to no longer allow the Chief Executive of the Executive to subvert their role in our republican form of Government (reformated, emphasis mine):
Wisconsin Senate Votes to Overturn Democrat Governor’s Statewide Mask Mandate
The GOP-led Wisconsin senate on Tuesday voted 18-13 to repeal Democrat Governor Tony Evers’ statewide mask mandate. Governor Evers issued an emergency 60-day order in August of 2020 and continued to extend his unlawful mandates – until now. The Republican state lawmakers are working to put an end to Evers’ abuse. The resolution will head to the GOP-led state assembly on Thursday.
If the joint resolution passes the assembly, it does not need Governor Evers’ approval. “Governor Evers has abused his limited authority for far too long by repeatedly issuing unlawful orders beyond his 60-day emergency powers,” Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg said in a statement. “The Senate voted to end the executive overreach and restore our constituents’ voice in the legislative process.”
Just like it should be here in NH – Sununu has no role in the final decision.
A spokeswoman for Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said the resolution will come before the Assembly on Thursday, but did not indicate how much support the measure has in the chamber. Republican leaders in the Assembly have not sponsored the resolution. As a joint resolution, the item just needs to pass both chambers and does not require the governor’s approval. Evers’ latest emergency order and mask mandate are slated to run until March 20.
When is enough, enough?
(H/T: Gateway Pundit)