As a student, conservative judge also said the voters were “totally stupid or entirely evil” for electing Bill Clinton.
By Patrick Marley and Bruce Vielmetti, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel MADISON, Wisc. — A divided state Supreme Court on Thursday tweaked a provision of Wisconsin’s voter ID law to put it in keeping with the state constitution, making it easier for people to get identification cards without having to pay anything. Despite Thursday’s rulings in two […]
By Dana Ferguson and Jason Stein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel MADISON, Wisc. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court Thursday unanimously upheld a 2009 law providing limited benefits to gay and lesbian couples. The law established a registry system for same-sex couples to report their domestic partnerships to county clerks and in turn receive rights such as hospital […]
In a quick and stunning move by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, tens of thousands of public workers lost their collective bargaining rights when the Court held that the anti-union law passed this winter was lawful and could go forward. This comes as a huge victory for Gov. Scott Walker and could set a precedent for […]