Stories tagged: "WI Supreme Court"


The Dairyland Brew Pub opens to patrons in Appleton. A Wisconsin judge on Monday, Oct. 19, reimposed an order from Gov. Tony Evers’ administration limiting the number of people who can gather in bars, restaurants and other indoor venues to 25% of capacity. That decision was overturned in October. The issue of capacity limits was back before the Wisconsin Supreme Court Friday, Dec. 17. (William Glasheen/The Post-Crescent via AP File)
WI Health Department to State Supreme Court: Let Us Do Our Job

Gov. Evers’ DHS Secretary wants to issue new capacity limits on businesses, but asks justices to rule on how much she can do without a still-absent Legislature.

Dusk settles over the White House
Wisconsin Supreme Court Rejects Trump’s Final Effort to Overturn 221,000 Ballots

Hagedorn joins progressives in telling the president he waited too long after the election was done to complain about the rules that govern it.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court hears arguments from Jim Troupis, bottom left, an attorney for outgoing President Donald Trump, on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020. Troupis argued more than 221,000 votes cast in Milwaukee and Dane counties during the Nov. 3 election should be thrown out. (Screenshot)
Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Trump’s Quest to Flip the State

Swing Justice Brian Hagedorn gives little indication of his leaning in the state case. Simultaneously, a judge dismisses president's federal lawsuit.

Rebecca Dallet, Rebecca Bradley, Pat Roggensack, and Brian Hagedorn.
READ: Conservative Justice Pens Scathing Takedown of Attempts to Toss Out WI Election Results

Hagedorn joins progressives in calling the case “a dangerous path we are being asked to tread.”

President Donald Trump removes his mask upon return to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Oct. 5 in Washington, DC. Trump spent three days hospitalized for coronavirus. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
WI Supreme Court Rejects Trump Election Suit on a 4-3 Vote

Conservative Justice Hagedorn joins progressives in telling the president he must follow the regular path through lower courts first.

At left, Bill Bridge, a Trump-supporting recount observer, watches election officials work Friday at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski)
Conservative Lawsuit Asks Wis. Supreme Court to Throw Out the Entire Election

Attorney General Josh Kaul says the lawsuit “seeks to disenfranchise every Wisconsinite who voted.”

Downtown Racine (Photo via Facebook/City of Racine)
Private Schools File Wis. Supreme Court Suit Against Racine’s Health Department

Suit could set precedent for local health officials’ authority over private entities.