"I think that it would've been much better for everyone involved if those issues would've been brought up, discussed publicly, and then ultimately the order would been crafted around that," Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) said during his media teleconference with Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester). Both legislative leaders explained that the "Safer at Home" order has caused confusion for constituents and businesses on how it will impact them. "The thing that's the most important from the government is to have clear communication and to have people who are able answer questions," Vos said highlighting that the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation's website crashing due to an influx of questions and lack of response flames the fire. "There's a lot of frustration out there...with the way that it's been implemented, not necessarily the fact that we had to do something along those lines...the question is 'how do we make it better?'"

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