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The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to review a decision that sent a man who killed a priest and two others in La Crosse County back to a mental health facility. An attorney for Bryan Stanley asked the high court to consider a judge's decision
Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson and Justice Ann Walsh Bradley wrote in a blistering 26-page dissent that the majority opinion was rife with "numerous legal errors" that "demonstrate a disregard for the law and muddy the waters of our jurisprudence."
Wis. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has vacated a contempt order that had been issued against a state commission for moving ahead with implementing key portions of Gov. Scott Walker's law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public
For the crime of supporting Gov. Walker, the Left demands blood...Special Prosecutor Francis Schmitz has issued a series of subpoenas to 29 conservative groups, demanding that they submit all documentation related to the recall campaigns mounted by
Last month, Dane County circuit court Judge Juan Colas held officials in Governor Scott Walker's administration in contempt of court for ignoring his earlier ruling that parts of Act 10--including forcing unions to hold annual recertification
Wisconsin industrialist Terry Kohler has deeper ties to the controversial United Sportsmen of Wisconsin Foundation -- the beneficiary of a controversial $500,000 sweetheart deal cut by a Walker administration appointee -- than previously reported.
Wisconsin Supreme Court to rule it violates the state\'s 2006 constitutional ban on gay marriage. But during oral arguments Wednesday in the case of Appling v...Nimocks was put on the spot when several justices asked whether the statute could be made
The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers a challenge to the state's domestic partner registry...The conservative group Wisconsin Family Action filed a lawsuit in 2010 alleging the registry violates a 2006 state constitutional amendment banning gay
Doyle . \n\n At issue is whether domestic partnerships create a legal status that is \"substantially similar\" to marriage and therefore violate the state\'s 2006 constitutional ban on gay marriage. \n\n Gov. Jim Doyle signed the state\'s domestic
Of the $210,750 contributed by the attorneys whose cases reached the Supreme Court, the vast majority -- $188,650 -- went to Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson, whose campaign spent nearly $1.5 million on her 2009 reelection campaign.