It seems State Bar leadership is finally figuring out they have a long road ahead to get the Legislature and voters to go along with a proposed Constitutional amendment to limit state Supreme Court justices to a single, 16-year term.
A State Bar committee charged with garnering support for a proposed constitutional amendment to limit Wisconsin Supreme Court justices to a single 16-year term has decided to alter its plan and delay a legislative push.
Many agree that the State Bar’s support of a term-limit proposal for Wisconsin justices is important if the measure is going to gain traction.
A measure designed to reduce the politics associated with the Wisconsin Supreme Court and its elections took a large step forward Saturday when the State Bar elected to support it.
The Wisconsin State Bar’s Board of Governors is expected to decide this week whether to support a measure that would limit state Supreme Court justices to a single, 16-year term.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Linda Clifford had a target on her back from the early days of her 2007 campaign.
As the State Bar of Wisconsin works on its proposal to set term limits for state Supreme Court justices, two state senators are renewing their push to eliminate elections for high court seats.
Wisconsin could become the only state to limit its Supreme Court justices to a single term if a proposal put forward by a task force of attorneys becomes law.
In an attempt to make the Wisconsin Supreme Court more nonpartisan, the Wisconsin State Bar is in the early stages of a potential push to limit state justices to single, 16-year terms.
APPLETON, Wis. (AP) — A maintenance worker seriously injured in a 2009 boiler explosion at the Appleton Medical Center will be compensated for his medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering under a $1.6 million settlement approved Tuesday. The court signed off on the settlement with the boiler service company, BurCon Services, and its […]
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