MILWAUKY – Some police across Wisconsin are trying to find the following ways to appeal to the state following the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision to ban “Homeland Security.”
The latest health policy in the cities of Milwaukee City – running in Milwaukee Forward – allows salons, spas, tattoo parlors and skin care centers to be open and interactive. Sitting at home also helps to open sales and child care. Bars and restaurants may only be open for shipping or shipping.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said he has confidence in what the city has done and that the city, like other states, has every right to pass the law.
Like locally made patches, the “Safe Home” system seals all people completely under one blanket. The Supreme Court has returned the thread.
“4-3 decisions by the Supreme Court do not change or end the epidemic,” Barrett said. “I can’t believe, though I shouldn’t be surprised that the Supreme Court is removing the ability of governments to solve the country’s health problems.
“This is very important as long as the health organization can help us.”
The order was signed by Dr Sanjib Bhattacharya, director of the labor department at the Miluuki Health Department. He is the second of Milwaukee Health Commissioner Jeanette Kovalik’s former leavers to return to hospital next week.
Bhattacharya said, “We can’t just play one night. “None of us in this decision.”
The Wisconsin National Guard is conducting CVD-19 tests at two Milwaukee locations, and health officials say they have helped reunite affected groups.
Impact on business
Other Milwaukee County government-signed city plans are similar.
For some businesses, what happened in the city of Milwaukee brought the necessary relief.
“I’m a business owner. I have two kids and I’m not working,” said Gary Beth Stegen, owner of Get Dolled Up Beauty Lounge in Bay View. “I want everyone to be safe and healthy. I know we can do things safely in our factory.”
Stegen was able to open his own shop with a safety plan that he planned to travel thanks to the guidance of his lawyer and business consultant. He is very active; No pedestrians are allowed to enter. There are also drawings for heating the house.
“From there, if you don’t have a temperature, we try and ask everything about COVID-19,” Stegen said.
It is said that the workplace is always clean.
For the past 48 hours, local authorities have been discussing local medical regulations.
“We’re working very closely with the City Attorney’s Office and you know, we’ve changed in the last 24 hours,” he said. “We hope we can get our business back on track.”
I have no doubt that the past few days have been a sensation for business owners, which is why Stegen is ready to help others in his industry.
“I want some salon owners who would like this article, I would be happy to share it,” he said. “Someone helped me, and I want to help other people get up and go.”
As always, Chuda City was the first Milwaukee County to leave the Milwaukee County Health Gate that was signed earlier this week. This ordinance expires on May 21st