A Wisconsin appellate court has temporarily blocked the state’s 25% capacity limit on indoor public gatherings. The same capacity limit was previously blocked, then reinstated by lower courts.
The appellate court said the temporary injunction was allowed because bar-owning plaintiffs showed “a sufficient likelihood of success” of winning their suit. The parties to the suit will file briefs and responses to the decision as late as next Friday.
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