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Abrahamson won’t seek another term (UPDATE)

Shirley Abrahamson, the longest-serving Wisconsin Supreme Court justice in state history and the first woman to serve on the high court, said Wednesday she will not seek re-election next year, setting up a wide open race to replace her.

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Wisconsin attorneys urge court to let them represent Evers

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction attorneys tried to persuade the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to let them represent Superintendent Tony Evers in a lawsuit challenging Evers' authority rather than the state Department of Justice, arguing the agency is refusing to accept its responsibility to defend Evers' position.

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Wisconsin attorneys urge court to let them represent Evers (UPDATE)

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction attorneys tried to persuade the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to let them represent Superintendent Tony Evers in a lawsuit challenging Evers' authority rather than the state Department of Justice, arguing the agency is refusing to accept its responsibility to defend Evers' position.

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Judges vie for spot on Wisconsin Supreme Court

With the playing field now narrowed, experts say the race for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court will for the most part go back to looking like previous races for the state’s high court. The primary election held on Feb. 20 knocked Madison-based lawyer Tim Burns out of the running to replace retiring Justice Michael ... Subscribe Login Digital ...

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