Stories tagged: "Josh Kaul"


Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Evers and Kaul Sue to Have Wisconsin’s 1849 Abortion Ban Declared Invalid

The governor and state attorney general argue the ban is too old and is also superseded by a 1985 law that would still permit abortion prior to viability.

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Evers Sums Up Convention Message: Wisconsin Deserves Better Than Republican Division

From the repeal of abortion rights to Republicans ignoring middle class concerns, delegates find motivation in remarks from Gov. Tony Evers, Sen. Tammy Baldwin, and the Democratic candidates to replace Sen. Ron Johnson.

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With Abortion Now a Crime in Wisconsin, Evers Has a Response: Clemency

Governor says Roe repeal made his seven female grandchildren second-class citizens. “That’s bullshit,” he tells convention delegates.

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Legal Question: If Roe Is Overturned, Can Wisconsin’s 1849 Abortion Ban Be Ruled Unenforceable?

A political battle would almost certainly spill into courts as health providers assess their legal options.

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What To Know About Wisconsin Republicans’ Fake 2020 Electors

Republicans created fake documents certifying Trump as the winner in 2020. Here’s what you need to know.

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Pocan Calls on State and Federal AG’s to Investigate Fraudulent Electors

Congressman asks US Attorney General Merrick Garland and state Attorney General Josh Kaul to expose Trump campaign’s conspiracy.

Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling, a Republican, accused the Wisconsin Elections Commission of felony election fraud because last year it temporarily suspended a rule that could have prevented nursing home residents from voting due to nursing home COVID protocols. (Screenshot via Racine County Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
Racine Sheriff Claims Election Officials Committed Fraud by Helping Nursing Home Residents Vote During COVID

Despite claims, charges haven’t yet been referred to the Racine County district attorney. It’s not clear if they ever will be.