More than 232,000 voters were initially identified in 2019 as potentially having moved.
A WILL attorney said the city will have to explain to a judge how the quotas are "the only way that we can solve our problem."
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, representing seven Madison residents, argues in a notice of claim filed Wednesday that the ordinance creating the Police Civilian Oversight Board imposes unconstitutional racial quotas.
The lawsuit contends Dane County and the city of Madison have unlawfully delegated their authority.
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As Wisconsin continues to be a COVID-19 hotspot, a St. Croix County judge is weighing whether to strike down Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide mask mandate in response to a lawsuit brought by a conservative legal group.
Blocked is guidance that "allows or requires District staff to conceal information or to answer untruthfully ... ."
A conservative legal group asked a court on Monday to immediately stop the enforcement of Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide mask mandate even as Wisconsin now ranks among the top states for new coronavirus cases per capita.
The lawsuit alleged that the move was designed to make voucher scores look worse when compared to public scores.
Most public schools in Dane County had already decided to start the year online for almost all students in almost all grades.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of three Wisconsin residents in Polk County Circuit Court and sets up the latest legal battle over the governor's attempts to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.
Wisconsin law requires anyone born after Jan. 1, 1973, to complete a hunter education course to obtain a hunting license and hunt alone.
An eventual decision could force roughly 130,000 Wisconsin registered voters to re-register amid a heated presidential election year.
For college students, the old “sticks and stones” adage that parents teach young children shouldn’t be revised to end with a recommendation th…
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly, who recently lost his election bid to liberal challenger Jill Karofsky, said he will participate in the state’s controversial voter purge case after recusing himself in December.
Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, told Fox 6 News that Republicans plan to challenge Tony Evers' stay-at-home order before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Organizers are searching for ways to empower voters in communities of color and low-income areas that saw a decrease in turnout during the 2016 general election.
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Advocates say the commission will provide more transparency than Republicans' secretive process, but others note courts will have the final say.
The three judges on the appeals court panel said they granted the stay because the Elections Commission was likely to succeed on appeal.
The case is being closely watched, as Wisconsin is among a group of swing states being targeted by both Democrats and President Donald Trump this year.
The lawsuit alleged DPI was wrong to allow public schools, but not voucher schools, to count online learning hours toward the minimum number of instructional hours required each year.
A judge ordered Democratic members of the state Elections Commission to pay $250 for every day they don't comply with his previous order.
The GOP-controlled state Legislature filed a motion Monday to dismiss a federal lawsuit seeking to stop a purge of Wisconsin voters.
The commission's members have tried but failed to give approval of a voter purge.