Gov. Evers signs bill to add 12 new branches to state circuit courts

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More state circuit court branches are coming to Wisconsin and one county keeps hope alive it will be part of the expansion.

In Wausau on Thursday, Gov. Tony Evers signed a bill to add 12 new circuit court branches in the state.

This is the first addition of branches to the state’s circuit courts since 2010 and the largest addition in over two decades.

The branches will be placed four at a time on a rolling basis for terms beginning on Aug. 1 in 2021, 2022, and 2023.

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