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Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman’s inquiry into the 2020 presidential election has reportedly been halted amid several lawsuits over his investigation.
While his investigation into the election is paused, Gableman’s $11,000 monthly salary will be halved to $5,500, and he will receive a $2,500 monthly stipend to pay for rent, General Assembly Speaker Robin Vos announced Wednesday, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The article goes on to state the following:
Gableman’s 2020 election investigation could stretch into next year thanks to the pause. Wisconsin Republicans signed a new contract with Gableman that took effect May 1 and noted salary changes, per a copy published by WQOW. Additional expenses Gableman may need will have to be preapproved by the General Assembly, according to the contract.
Vos, a Republican, said, “Until we win those lawsuits, you know, we are pausing the investigation because it’s not like we’re going to keep looking into things we’ve already discovered.”
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— Laura Schulte (@SchulteLaura) May 11, 2022
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman’s inquiry into the 2020 presidential election has reportedly been halted amid several lawsuits over his investigation.https://t.co/QPTr5K9lKo
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 13, 2022
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