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Justices debate Wisconsin school’s gender change policy

The Wisconsin Supreme Court wrestled Tuesday with whether to block a Madison school district policy that prohibits staff from informing parents that their children have changed genders, with opponents arguing the policy amounts to a secret experiment on children and supporters countering that the guidance protects student privacy.

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Judge says not to delete Wisconsin election probe records

For the second time in as many weeks, a judge on Wednesday ordered that records related to the Republican-ordered investigation funded by taxpayers into the 2020 election in Wisconsin not be deleted, saying she was "amazed" such an order was necessary.

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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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Wisconsin judge: DNR lacks authority to regulate PFAS

By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin regulators lack the inherent authority to require businesses to clean up contamination from PFAS chemicals and other toxic contaminants because legislators haven’t established any restrictions on the substances, a judge ruled Tuesday. Waukesha County Circuit Judge Michael Bohren’s sweeping decision marks a major defeat for the state Department of Natural ...

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Evers asks state’s high court for swift action on redistricting

Wisconsin's Democratic governor told the state Supreme Court on Thursday that it should allow him to submit additional evidence defending his legislative district boundary map that the U.S. Supreme Court rejected, arguing it is still better than the one submitted by the Republican Legislature.

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Wisconsin election officials deadlock on drop-box rules

Wisconsin elections officials failed to reach a consensus Friday on how to handle Republican lawmakers' demands that they either withdraw guidance on absentee ballot drop boxes or quickly publish formal rules, opening the door to yet another legal battle.

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