The National Association of Attorneys General are scheduled to meet Sept. 16-18 in Milwaukee on measures that prosecutors and law enforcement officials can take to keep children safe.
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A five-year lawsuit has ended with Scott and Lynnea Waller receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled a utility company could not erect power lines on their former land without taking the whole property.Read More »
In a case involving two construction companies, the Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld an appellate court’s decision that a concrete manufacturer’s assurances about the quality of its product were not protected under laws allowing “puffery,” or exaggerated language in advertising.Read More »
Lawmakers will consider bills Wednesday that would prohibit using abortions to avoid having a baby of a certain sex, bar a state health insurance plan from covering abortions in most circumstances and exempt insurers hired by religious organizations from having to cover contraceptives.Read More »
The Republicans who dominate the state’s Joint Finance Committee plan to keep Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to collect DNA samples from people who have been arrested on suspicion of felonies. But they could drop the plan to take them from those arrested for certain misdemeanors, the co-chairman of the committee said Thursday.Read More »