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ABA
May 31, 2024

Wisconsin law firm files civil rights complaint against American Bar Association, judge

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) has filed a Title VI complaint against the American Bar Association (ABA) for its allegedly discriminatory programs, including its “Judicial Clerkship Program” and “Judicial Intern Opportunity Program,” which offer exclusive opportunities to candidates based on race.

May 9, 2024

Police confirm ‘Heil Hitler’ salute during Madison pro-Palestinian protests, suspect identified

Christian Hansen of Madison admits he performed a 'Heil Hitler' salute to a Jewish student during the Pro-Palestinian protests on campus.

State Bar of Wisconsin
May 2, 2024

Amended complaint filed in federal court against State Bar of Wisconsin seeks punitive damages

Complaint targets other State Bar programs that use race as a deciding factor.

Feb 15, 2024

Wisconsin Assembly passes constitutional amendment to limit diversity efforts

A constitutional amendment supported by Republicans that attempts to limit diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in Wisconsin won approval Thursday in the state Assembly.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Election
Mar 1, 2023

Editorial: Undo high court’s lamentable decision

In a body blow to open and transparent government and the ability of citizen watchdog groups and journalists, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled 4-3 last summer that a Waukesha community group, Friends of Frame Park, was not entitled to attorney fees after suing the city of Waukesha for public records that the city later released before being ordered to do so by a court.

Jan 18, 2023

Lawsuit challenging Madison bird-safe glass ordinance delivered to appeals court

The case to decide whether a Madison ordinance requiring bird-safe glass on tall buildings will stay in effect is now awaiting assignment in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.

Oct 20, 2022

Taxpayer group asks high court to stop loan forgiveness plan

A Wisconsin taxpayers group that unsuccessfully brought a lawsuit seeking to block President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness program is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.

Oct 4, 2022

WILL sues to block student loan forgiveness

A conservative Wisconsin law firm on Tuesday sued to stop federal student loan forgiveness, saying President Joe Biden's loan forgiveness plan is discriminatory and constitutes taxation without representation.

Sep 28, 2022

Republicans file 2 open records lawsuits

The Republican Party of Wisconsin has filed a pair of lawsuits six weeks before the election that seek records from the administrations of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson related to issues that have been campaign fodder for conservatives.

Sep 26, 2022

Conservative outlet sues for parole records

A conservative Wisconsin news outlet sued the Wisconsin Parole Commission on Monday, alleging that it has refused to comply with open records requests made earlier this year.

Sep 8, 2022

Parents sue Eau Claire schools for transgender policy

A group of parents is suing the Eau Claire school district for guidance to staff members on supporting transgender students.

Apr 13, 2022

Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear arguments on ballot boxes

Wisconsin's Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in a case that will likely determine how extensively absentee ballot drop boxes can be used in the upcoming midterm election where the battleground state's Democratic governor and Republican U.S. senator are on the ballot.

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