Stories tagged: "Wisconsin Supreme Court"


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.

Khayriyyah Khaaliq stands with her daughters Ashyra Khaaliq, 2, and 7th-grader Jakyra Johnson, at Henry Vilas Zoo in July shortly after the mandatory mask ordinance took effect in Dane County. The state also passed a similar order that is now headed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. (Photo @ Andy Manis)
Arguments in Yet Another Lawsuit Over Measures to Protect Public Begin Monday in WI Supreme Court

Court’s decision in case over statewide mask order will have lasting implications for the state’s coronavirus response.

An absentee ballot for the upcoming presidential election. (Photo by Pat Kreitlow)
Wisconsin Supreme Court Denies Extension to Tally Misprinted Ballots

Local officials requested more time to re-make ballots unreadable due to printer error.

Alan Nugent, right, owner of the Stockholm Pie and General Store, works with a fellow employee and a customer on Aug. 1, the first day of Gov. Tony Evers’ order making the wearing of masks in public places in Wisconsin mandatory. Nugent said a handful of people have left his store because they would not wear masks, but most people abide by the regulation. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
State Supreme Court Conservatives Fast-Track Another Challenge to Evers’ Safeguards

Also: Wisconsin Republican Party reports a multi-million dollar online theft.

Gov. Tony Evers' pictured while giving an update to reporters.
New Lawsuit Asks State Supreme Court to Toss Mask Order

The governor must respond next week.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Voter Purge Lawsuit

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