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    On September 28, 2022, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Lowe's Home Centers, LLC v. City of Delavan. Case Number 19AP1987. This is a review of a decision of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, District II (headquartered in Waukesha) that affirmed the Walworth County Circuit Co…

      Proponents of bipartisanship and law enforcement got a big victory last week in the U.S. House of Representatives. A large bipartisan majority voted to approve a measure that will give $60 million over the next five years to law enforcement agencies with fewer than 125 officers to do things like purchase body cameras, provide de-escalation training and improve recruitment and retention.

      As reported by Mitchell Schmidt of the Wisconsin State Journal, records compiled as part of Michael Gableman’s now-closed review of the 2020 election will soon be posted online “for all to see,” an attorney representing the office once headed by the former state Supreme Court justice told a …


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      On this episode of Rewind, Emilee and JR discuss Governor Tony Evers calling for a special session to let voters alter state laws, such as the 1849 criminal abortion ban, by proposing a constitutional amendment to allow statewide referendums.

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