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It's expected that Meagan Wolfe will continue on in the role while the state legislature's decision is debated in court in the coming months.
PPWI says that the ruling made by a judge in July, which said that the 1849 does not cover consensual abortion as their reason to resume services
Governor Evers has blasted the plan, calling it a last-ditch effort for Republicans to retain control of the legislature.
The constitution and law lay out a separate process for removing justices who violate the Judicial Code of Conduct.
Today's special session followed how Republicans have previously treated sessions called by Governor Evers, lasting around 38 seconds.
The vacancies come after three county supervisors resigned in the same week earlier this year.
Elections clerks across Wisconsin are reminding residents to register or update their voter information ahead of the 2024 elections.
The case highlights the challenges state departments faced in distributing an unprecedented amount of federal aid during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials for the the city and county of Milwaukee have publicly rejected using local tax dollars on renovating the ballpark.