Gov. Tony Evers will kill a contentious plan to punish students who disrupt free speech on University of Wisconsin System campuses, his spokeswoman said Friday as system regents took another step toward implementing the policy.
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that Montana can't ban political robocalls in response to their content alone, marking the latest in a string of court decisions against U.S. states that are trying to restrict automated phone calls promoting political campaigns.
A conservative think tank has filed a federal lawsuit against Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, alleging that he violated the First Amendment rights of staff members who were denied access to a press briefing and kept off an advisory list sent to other reporters.
Tomah is joining seven other schools in the Mississippi Valley Conference that are banning displays of the Confederate flag.
Officials with a Wisconsin school district say free-speech rights would make it difficult to discipline students who appeared in a photograph that showed several high school boys giving what appears to be a Nazi salute.
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a Minnesota law that barred voters in the state from wearing a wide range of political hats, T-shirts and pins to the polls.
State taxpayers will pay $30,000 to settle a federal lawsuit filed against a lawmaker who stole a sign from a protester referring to President Donald Trump as "sadistic," ''racist" and a "serial groper."
The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up a highly anticipated case involving a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
State superintendent Tony Evers on Tuesday spoke out against a resolution pending at the University of Wisconsin that could lead to students being expelled for protesting at campus events and speeches.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is deciding whether a mother's profane tirade against her 14-year-old son for burning popcorn amounts to free speech.
The clause was ultimately found to violate First Amendment free-speech rights. The decision is already making itself felt.
An Eau Claire man didn't have a constitutional right to view pornography on a university library computer, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday.
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