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RACINE — The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) has filed a motion against the city of Racine after they ordered to keep schools closed to in-person classes due to the pandemic, while the Supreme Court waits to decide on the issue.
WILL issued the lawsuit after they claim "the City of Racine Public Health Administrator instructed all schools, to remain closed for in-person learning despite an injunction issued Nov. 25 by the Wisconsin Supreme Court that blocked the implementation of a school closure order."
On Nov. 12, the City of Racine Health Department ordered all K-12 school buildings close Nov. 27 through Jan. 15.