MADISON, Wis. – After successfully suing Democratic Gov. Tony Evers to force him to work with the Legislature to craft a plan to control the spread of the coronavirus, Republican lawmakers now suggest they don’t need any new guidelines for the time being.

As Wisconsinites try to understand what daily life is supposed to look like now that the state Supreme Court has eliminated the governor’s stay-at-home order, Evers said GOP legislative leaders in a Thursday phone conversation appeared comfortable with leaving it up to city and county officials to figure out their own rules.

And Republican state Rep. Joan Ballweg of Markesan, the co-chairwoman of the committee that has veto power over any new coronavirus-related rules written by Evers, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel she doesn’t

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