The same (Republican) judges at the 7th Cicuit Court of Appeals who stayed Federal judge Peterson’s ruling greatly loosening the voter ID requirements, just refused to stay the rest of the ruling. And that means local election commissions can set the days and hours and LOCATIONS for early voting to meet the needs of their own communities. This is a big deal because the law Peterson overturned stipulated that every municipality could provide only ONE early voting location, regardless of how many eligible voters the municipality serves. So An upscale exurb like River Hills with a population <1500 got one location; Milwaukee with a population of >500k also got ONE and only one. No longer! Milwaukee can now provide multiple early voting locations, can add evening hour, and can offer weekend hours.
Souls to to the Polls programs that help get voters to early voting locations on Sundays after church were outlawed and can now be reinstated. This is HUGE for Wisconsin voters, especially urban voters.