A line of about two dozen vehicles honked its way through downtown Phillips Friday, April 24 in protest to Gov. Tony Evers extension of the state Safer at Home order through May 26.

A couple of dozen vehicles drove through downtown Phillips April 24, some honking horns and waving flags, in protest of the extension of Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order through May 26.

The demonstration was to coincide with a protest in Madison that occurred the same day, drawing about 1,500 people, according to a report by the Associated Press.


Several participants in the vehicular demonstration displayed flags or signs in the car windows. Demonstrators did not get out of their vehicles during the drive through town.

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