Stories tagged: "WILL"


St. Croix County Circuit Court Judge Michael Waterman
Explained: The 5 Wisconsin Supreme Court Lawsuits Against COVID-19 Protections

Coronavirus safeguards issued by local and state governments have been targeted by conservatives since the early weeks of the pandemic.

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GOP Lawmakers, Still Avoiding a Vote to Kill the Mask Mandate, Ask a Judge to Do It Instead

The Legislature has the power to vote down safeguards, but filing a lawsuit protects from having to take on-the-record votes.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Voter Purge Lawsuit

A decision on the status of 130,000 voters is reportedly unlikely before the election.

Gov. Tony Evers vetoed a COVID-19 relief bill Friday after the GOP-controlled Legislature made too many changes to the compromise bill.
Conservative Law Firm Asks Judge to Kill New Wisconsin Mask Order

Lawsuit filed in Polk County says Gov. Evers lacked legal authority to issue another emergency order.

Appeals Court Strikes Down Voter Purge

Breaking: Supreme Court will likely be asked to consider cutting 200,000 voters

(Photo: Barrett for Milwaukee)
Barrett Slams Voter Purge in State of City Address

Milwaukee mayor also rips critics over withdrawn slaughterhouse proposal

Chambers of the Wisconsin Supreme Court inside the state Capitol building in Madison.
Appeals Court Hits Pause on Voter Roll Purge

Daily fines for Democratic members of state elections commission also on hold