The decision from U.S. District Judge William Conley siding with the group, One Wisconsin Now, serves to illustrate the American legal community's emerging views on social media's role in democracy and to what extent political speech is protected there.
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In light of a forecast of a major snowstorm expected to sweep through the Midwest and Northeast this weekend, state transportation and emergency officials have issued a sweeping ban on commercial vehicles on state highways for 24 hours, starting at midday Saturday.
The decision, written by District Judge William Conley, is the second win for One Wisconsin Now, a Madison-based liberal advocacy group, this week.
U.S. District Judge James Peterson said that parts of the lame duck legislation passed by the Legislature in December and signed by Gov. Scott Walker violate a court order he issued in 2016.
An Assembly Health panel advanced the bill Thursday in a split vote, and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said the full Assembly will vote on it Tuesday.
The family of Caroline Nosal, killed by a former co-worker in 2016, alleges in a lawsuit that Nosal's employer failed to warn and protect her from Christopher O'Kroley, who shot her to death as she left work.
Morgan Freeman's late step-granddaughter's boyfriend has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for her death.
A Lake Geneva woman today pleaded guilty to a drunken-driving crash that could send her to prison for more than 30 years.
The state Assembly could vote on a bill to preserve health insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions as soon as next week, but its fate beyond that chamber is unclear.