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Editorial: Undo high court’s lamentable decision

Wisconsin Supreme Court Election

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.

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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.

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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.

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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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Teenager wins lawsuit over COVID social media post

A Wisconsin high school student on Friday won a federal lawsuit she brought against a sheriff who threatened her with jail time early in the COVID-19 pandemic if she didn't remove social media posts saying she had the virus.

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Wisconsin voter purge case appealed to state Supreme Court

A conservative law firm asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday to overturn an appeals court ruling that stopped the purging of more than 200,000 people from the state's voter rolls, a step that Democrats argued was intended to make it harder for their voters to cast ballots.

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Conservatives seek immediate purge of voters in Wisconsin

A conservative law firm on Thursday asked a judge to find the Wisconsin Elections Commission in contempt and fine its members $2,000 a day until it immediately purges more than 200,000 voters from the rolls, a step Democrats are fighting in this battleground state.

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Wisconsin appeals order to purge voter registrations

The Wisconsin Department of Justice on Tuesday appealed a judge's order to immediately purge voter registrations of more than 200,000 people in this narrowly divided swing state, which is central to President Donald Trump's re-election hopes.

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