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Jul 28, 2022

Judge: Wisconsin probe found ‘absolutely no’ election fraud

A Wisconsin judge said Thursday that a Republican-ordered, taxpayer-funded investigation into the 2020 election found "absolutely no evidence of election fraud," but did reveal contempt for the state's open records law by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and a former state Supreme Court justice he hired.

Jul 28, 2022

Conservative law firm raises concern about open-records ruling

A conservative law firm is pushing back against a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that transparency advocates say has damaged the state's open-records law by limiting when people who sue over records requests can recover attorney's fees.

Jul 8, 2022

Wisconsin court says parents suing school can’t be anonymous

A divided Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that parents suing the Madison School District over its gender identity policies must disclose their names to opposing attorneys, but they don't have to be revealed to the district or be made public.

Feb 28, 2022

Anti-abortion groups question grants by Wisconsin governor

Anti-abortion groups in Wisconsin on Monday questioned whether Gov. Tony Evers legally awarded about $2.4 million in federal stimulus money to Planned Parenthood, a move they claimed violated a state law prohibiting the funding of abortions.

Feb 4, 2022

Supreme Court won’t take challenge to absentee ballot boxes

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has rejected Republican gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch's request that it take over an absentee ballot box challenge in Wisconsin, in a ruling Friday.

Jan 26, 2022

Wisconsin Supreme Court asked to rule on ballot boxes

A conservative group Wednesday asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to take over a legal challenge to absentee ballot boxes in Wisconsin and immediately lift a lower court's ruling that kept current law in place.

Dec 23, 2021

Wisconsin lawsuit seeks reinstatement of 31,000 voters

The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin on Wednesday filed a federal lawsuit seeking to have the Wisconsin Elections Commission reinstate voter registrations for nearly 32,000 people who were deactivated this summer.

Nov 5, 2021

Manufacturers sue over federal vaccine mandates for workers

Two Wisconsin manufacturers are among those suing to block the Biden administration from instituting COVID-19 vaccine mandates for private-sector workers.

Jul 7, 2021

WILL starts new litigation center to challenge race discrimination, Critical Race Theory

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has started a new litigation center to challenge race discrimination, quotas and Critical Race Theory.

May 13, 2021

Suit challenges restaurant aid priority to women, minorities

A conservative legal outfit filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against President Joe Biden's administration for the priority it has placed on restaurants and bars owned by women and certain minorities in its COVID-19 relief package, arguing white men are being "pushed to the back of the line" for aid for their eateries.

Aug 27, 2020

Private schools want Dane Co. in-person school limits tossed

A group of parents and private religious schools wants the Wisconsin Supreme Court to nullify a Dane County order barring in-person classes for most students.

Jun 18, 2020

Wisconsin panel gives final approval on absentee ballots

The Wisconsin Elections Commission gave final approval to a mailing that will put application forms for absentee ballots in the hands of 2.7 million registered voters ahead of the November presidential election.


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