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From Local Clerks to Military Voters, Anger at WI Supreme Court for Election Interference

Elections Commission chair says delaying millions of ballots could be catastrophic.

Supreme Court delays absentee ballot mailings
Conservative Supreme Court Justices Delay Absentee Ballots

A Thursday order suspends further mailing until the court decides a case.

Private School Parent Wants Supreme Court to Rule on Dane County Order Requiring Virtual Learning
Private School Parent Wants Supreme Court to Rule on Dane County Order Requiring Virtual Learning

Order no longer allows third through 12th grades to meet for in-person instruction.

Conservative Firm Files Suit to Overturn Mask Mandate, Restrict Governor’s Powers
Conservative Firm Files Suit to Overturn Mask Mandate, Restrict Governor’s Powers

Suit claims Evers did not have the authority to issue a second public health emergency.

A Former Altoona Superintendent Is Now Facing Child Porn and Sex Trafficking Charges
A Former Altoona Superintendent Is Now Facing Child Porn and Sex Trafficking Charges

Producing, possessing, receiving child porn added to Daniel Peggs’ original sex trafficking count.

Racine’s Stay-Home Order is Back Yet Again. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Judge Threatens Racine for Moving Ahead with New COVID Rules as Cases Surge

Council voted to pass a nearly identical version of rules that had been suspended.

The U.S. Supreme Court is seen in Washington, DC, early Monday, June 15, 2020. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
WI LGBTQ Lawmakers on Landmark Supreme Court Ruling: The Fight for Equality Isn’t Over

Wisconsin’s two openly gay members of Congress say vigilance still needed with Trump in the White House even after today’s win