Those in Wisconsin’s legal community who oppose truth-in-sentencing understand their chances for overturning, or at least toning down, the law depend on how well they play the long game.
A businessman who wants to open a downtown Milwaukee strip club is trying to settle his lawsuit against the city.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Wisconsin's requirement that voters show photo identification at the polls is constitutional, a decision that is not surprising after the court last month allowed for the law to be implemented while it considered the case.
A former Mukwonago police officer who robbed a bank in 2010 while he was still on the force was sentenced this week to nine years in federal prison.
We continue to believe that Wisconsin's voter ID law is an unnecessary burden for some voters, but clerks, poll workers and voters are going to have to work with it.
In a stunningly fast decision, a federal appeals court in Chicago reinstated Wisconsin's voter photo identification law on Friday — just hours after three Republican-appointed judges heard arguments on reactivating the hotly debated law in time for the November election.
In the wake of a Wisconsin Supreme Court decision that said it was unfair for residents to pay for documents to obtain a free photo ID for the purposes of voting, the state Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that residents soon will be able to obtain the documents for free.
Five taxi companies are suing the city of Milwaukee to invalidate an ordinance that would lift the cap on the number of cab operating permits allowed.
Attorneys for a group of bar owners in Racine have refiled their civil rights lawsuit against city officials after a judge said their original suit was too vague.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments Sept. 12 on whether Wisconsin’s voter ID law is constitutional.
A federal judge has denied a request by Wisconsin's attorney general to put on hold his decision blocking the state's voter identification law from taking effect.
A federal appeals court has given opponents of Wisconsin's photo identification law until after Tuesday's primary to file their arguments as to whether it should be in effect.
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