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Justices approve rule change concerning budgeting process (UPDATE)

Justice Patience Roggensack

Despite a sometimes-heated conversation that lasted more than two hours, Wisconsin justices approved a change to their rules Wednesday that aims to keep the state Supreme Court better informed during the state courts’ budget drafting process.

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Van Hollen on Act 10: ‘We shall win’ (PHOTO SLIDESHOW)

Arguing that the law penalizes those who exercise their constitutional right of association, Madison lawyer Lester Pines argued Monday that Wisconsin’s Supreme Court should strike down the state’s controversial collective bargaining legislation.

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Supreme Court marshal acknowledges safety plan, contradicting DOA claims (UPDATE)

Though officials with Gov. Scott Walker’s administration said Thursday there is no evidence to support Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley’s claim that Capitol Police set up extra security to protect her from a fellow justice, Supreme Court Marshal Tina Nodolf acknowledged plans were in place after all.

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Justice Bradley recuses herself from Prosser case, cites ongoing safety concerns (UPDATE)

Justice Ann Walsh Bradley

In recusing herself from the ongoing ethics case against fellow State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser, Justice Ann Walsh Bradley unloaded Wednesday in a memorandum (PDF) decision addressed to James Alexander of the Wisconsin Judicial Commission and others.

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