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Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses

"Breaking news from Wisconsin this morning, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled. That Governor Tony Evers administration did not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without approval of the Legislature, a ruling that comes two weeks after the Republican controlled court struck down the state's mask mandate. Legislature in Wisconsin, is also controlled by Republicans. Evers is a Democrat.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Today. Is that the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that Governor Tony Evers emergency orders and face masks requirements is unlawful. And so What does that mean for you? Is it? Business in life as usual for you. Well, will you have to make adjustments? And with this with this announcement, you know, Green Bay has said they're going to revisit their mass ordinance, Outagamie County will enact a mass mandate. To replace Evers governor Even statewide order wall saw city mask advisory takes effect. Local mass mandates possible Importance County and Stevens point Sheboygan County officials. Um, you know, they're Thayer considering it. They said they see good news and covert 19 case rates and vaccines but stressed they're not out of the woods yet. Businesses will still require customers to wear masks. So I mean, a lot of things, depending on where you live is probably going to remain the same, but they're going to be some counties and cities around the state. That will not have a mass mandate. And if there's some places your some of your favorite places that you like to go that may be in an area. Where there isn't a mass mandate. Will you go? Day today. 85561616 20 in the accident Workers talking text line. Let's let's go to the phones. Let's go to Jerry and Oak Creek. Good evening, Jerry. Welcome to Wtmj. Hello. All right, go out. I agree with you about you and your girlfriend when you went up north, and there was too many people. I've done the same thing with my girlfriend. And yet there's too many people. I will live on and I'm gonna continue the world mask. Even though I had the two shots and I God bless that you're getting your shot sort of shot Friday with your girlfriend. Um, you're gonna after the second shot, You're gonna feel a lot lot better about everything but Another thing that I wanted to. You know what you have? Any idea about was since Tony Evers got over 200. Is that gonna affect the nice money that People were getting in extra food stamps. He's all you think of. Is that going to go away? Do you know? Or is that gonna still be alone until June Like they were packing you? Have you heard anything about that? I did here today that we may potentially lose that the state of Wisconsin may potentially lose. I think it's like 49 $50 million a month. Um, I don't know that for sure. But there is the potential that that that Wisconsin could lose that. And she I know that the courts of we have four Republicans on it, and they don't care about that, because they're making the big money. But the lose 40 or 50 50 month of people that need it. Yeah, that's that's not a good thing. And, um I hope that the people when they start growing again, Remember this when they want to put these people in for the Republican side that don't care about a lot of people that are not making the money here, making And I hope you realize that it's going to be that they got to get some people in there. Um, that wanna help everybody. It's not just hoping Once sort of person. So, you know, I appreciate the information that you gave me and I like listening to your show, and I listen, Tonto. Uh, the night's program quite a bit of the time. Jerry. Thank you so much for the call, and I'll see if I can verify that information today. I I read somewhere where it can be could be affected. I know earlier this year. Um, it did. The food share program could be affected if the mandate had gone away, so I'll re check that and see if I could get an answer for you before the end of the show. When we come back, we'll take Maura your calls. We're talking about the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling. Governor Tony Evers. Emergency orders and facemask requirements is unlawful. It is gone. How will that affect you and your life? We will talk about that. Next. We'll continue this discussion and take your calls. You're listening to wtmj. Warned..

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

Joe Pags

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"Court today striking down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate, saying the Democrat overstepped his authority. The court says the governor needs legislative approval to extend the mask order. The GOP majority Legislature voted in February to repeal the mandate, which Evers extended. Doctors, nurses, school administrators, unions and others opposed the reversal of a state mask requirement. Fox is going all

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

WTMJ Nights

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"Today's 43 ruling says Governor Evers exceeded his authority by issuing the order this after Republicans in the Legislature voted to repeal the mask mandate on Lee to have the governor quickly reissue it. The court ruling that any public health emergency issued by the governor is valid for only 60 days. And can't be extended without legislative approval. Nearly 60 organizations, including groups representing hospitals, doctors and nurses opposed striking down the mask

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court has knocked down the governor's mask mandate the court says this isn't a question of what's wise it's a question of what's lawful by one vote the court struck down democratic governor Tony Evers state wide mask mandate ruling that he exceeded his authority by issuing the order again and again the governor argued that he can do this because of the changing nature of the ongoing pandemic what happens now it'll be up to local government units to decide mask policies in their own areas nearly sixty organizations wanted to keep the statewide mask mandate in place they represented hospitals doctors nurses dentists EMTs firefighters schools and churches among others I'm ready to fall away

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate

Mark and Melynda

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate

"Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate ruling for three he exceeded his authority and needs legislative approval to extend a public health emergency action for more than 60 days. The mass quarter first took effect in August, and the governor extended it four times. Since then, he's a Democrat. The court is controlled by

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Trump asks Supreme Court to set aside Wisconsin's election

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Trump asks Supreme Court to set aside Wisconsin's election

"President Donald Trump is asking the U. S. Supreme Court for an expedited review of the Wisconsin decision that allowed 50,000 absentee ballots to be counted. In another long shot challenged that Joe Biden's victory in November's election. Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected the case.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots

C-SPAN Programming

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots

"The latest legal challenge from President Trump's campaign seeking to overturn Joe Biden's victory and that state the high court their ruling 4 to 3. The Trump campaign failed to show that more than 220,000 votes were illegally cast and should be invalidated. Biden won Wisconsin by about 20,600 votes. That's a margin of 0.6%.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots

NPR News Now

01:02 min | 10 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots

"In a four to three ruling today. The wisconsin supreme court has rejected eleventh-hour election challenge from president trump's campaign trump seeking throw more than two hundred thousand votes in two of wisconsin's most liberal counties emily files of member station. W. w. has the story. trump's campaign wanted to disqualify four types of ballots cast in milwaukee and dane counties including in person absentee ballots and absentee ballots from voters who consider themselves indefinitely confined. The court's three liberal leaning justices were joined by one conservative leaning justice in rejecting the case they said the lawsuit came too late and some of its claims. Were meritless the ruling was issued. Just an hour before wisconsin cast. It's ten electoral college. Votes for president. Elect joe biden. Biden narrowly won wisconsin by about twenty one thousand votes for npr news. I'm emily files in milwaukee

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"There is a very good chance that we're going to see other states or some states send two sets of electors, and it depends on how Congress decides to certify those electors and then We don't We even talked about this, but something happened and from county, Michigan today, there were. The report was released of 22 Dominion voting systems and the national the national, according to the Federal Election Committee, the acceptable amount of educate education or error rate. Is one and 250,000 ballots. Everything in Antrim County, Michigan. 68% of ballots were red flag and had to be adjudicated. Okay, So I'm glad you brought up Michigan because I want to play some audio itself that and after that Jocelyn Benson, the secretary of state, she ordered That all other counties that used a million voting systems erase their entire systems so that they couldn't be forensically on. Okay, So my response treason. So talk about embarrassment. That is the definition of embarrassment. That's the secretary of state and Michigan trying to cover her ears. The attorney prevent more strong. Okay here, so you and exposes everything you're saying is that what happened in Antrim County and the right attorney General? Because this is where Wisconsin Supreme Court they actually made a ruling today on a case that said that Because there were 250,000 residents of Wisconsin that claim that they were indefinitely confined, which means that they had to get an absentee ballot because they couldn't leave their homes. Well, One of those was an actual elector for the state of Wisconsin Democratic State senator and that woman and her husband pictures of them had been floating of them on the Internet, so he was definitely confined. Well, the stages just ruled that there was actually four times more of those cases. In the war of the 2016 election. The Supreme Court just ruled that those people who claim to be in definitely confined that actually weren't that their balance should be thrown out of there. I'm ready to hang myself in the studio elation. I'm ready to hang myself. So everything that I say that doesn't make a difference because it reminds me present. Not that I think I know. And I'll bet you anything you like. No sense. What makes no sense. Can I respond where we cannot receive this up? When I was where we got a response. Can I respond? Explain my response. You see my point You've spoken for 15 minutes. The segment can I respond? In 30 seconds. Will you give me 36? Okay, Here's why I'm saying I'm going to hang myself. I don't think I know Joe Biden is gonna be the next president of United States. It's not thinking it's snowing. And by the way, he got eight million more votes than Donald Trump. Okay, eight million..

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Trump loses Wisconsin case while arguing another one

WBZ Morning News

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Trump loses Wisconsin case while arguing another one

"Losing another election challenge and the second case received with skepticism from the judges and a criticism from one In particular, both of these cases in Wisconsin, Wisconsin, the the federal federal court court in in Wisconsin Wisconsin tossed tossed a a case case asking asking it it to to order order the the Republican Republican controlled controlled Legislature Legislature to to name name President President Trump Trump the the election election winner. winner. A A judge judge is is a a trump trump appointees appointees to to the the arguments fail as a matter of law. In fact, the Wisconsin Supreme Court was asked to throw out over 221,000 absentee ballots cast in counties with a diverse electorate that smacks of racism, says Justice Chill, Karofsky. You want us to overturn this election so that your king can stay in Hour, and that is so. UN American. No

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Trump loses Wisconsin case while arguing another one

WBZ Morning News

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Trump loses Wisconsin case while arguing another one

"Losing another election challenge and the second case received with skepticism from the judges and a criticism from one In particular, both of these cases in Wisconsin, Wisconsin, the the federal federal court court in in Wisconsin Wisconsin tossed tossed a a case case asking asking it it to to order order the the Republican Republican controlled controlled Legislature Legislature to to name name President President Trump Trump the the election election winner. winner. A A judge judge is is a a trump trump appointees appointees to to the the arguments fail as a matter of law. In fact, the Wisconsin Supreme Court was asked to throw out over 221,000 absentee ballots cast in counties with a diverse electorate that smacks of racism, says Justice Chill, Karofsky. You want us to overturn this election so that your king can stay in Hour, and that is so. UN American. No

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Trump loses Wisconsin election lawsuit, cemeting Biden win

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Trump loses Wisconsin election lawsuit, cemeting Biden win

"Judge in Wisconsin has dismissed a lawsuit filed by President Trump's legal team. The suit contested the handling of the November 3rd election process. In Wisconsin yesterday, U S. District Judge Brett Ludwig found that the rule of law has been followed in Wisconsin's handling of the popular vote. In his decision to dismiss Judge Ludwig said Trump's challenge of Wisconsin's Election administration quote could have been raised before the vote occurred. On Monday morning, Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to rule a similar trump election dispute lawsuit.

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Wisconsin court rejects Trump campaign's recount challenge

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Wisconsin court rejects Trump campaign's recount challenge

"Federal judge in wisconsin has rejected president. Trump's legal challenge that hope to overturn president. Elect biden's win in the state. The case was dismissed by the judge as the wisconsin. Supreme court was hearing arguments in an appeal of another case where a state judge ruled against president trump. The ruling comes ahead of the electoral college meeting monday. With ten democrats will cast their votes for mr

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Trump loses Wisconsin case while arguing another one

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Trump loses Wisconsin case while arguing another one

"Friday night the U. S. Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit president trump was calling the big one in his efforts to undo Joe Biden's election victory but the court cases continue the latest focus of trump's legal team is Wisconsin where they're pursuing two cases in federal court U. S. district judge Brett Ludwig dismissed trump's lawsuit asking the court to order the Republican controlled state legislature to name trump the winner over Phaidon Ludwig who's a trump appointee declared that the arguments fail as a matter of law and fact meanwhile the Wisconsin Supreme Court is holding a rare Saturday session what trump is trying to disqualify more than two hundred and twenty one thousand votes in Wisconsin's two most heavily democratic counties trump is not challenging any votes in counties he won on Ben Thomas

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Wisconsin court hears Trump campaign's recount challenge

Red Eye Radio

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Wisconsin court hears Trump campaign's recount challenge

"Election results will have its day in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court today. Justice is agreeing to hear arguments after a Circuit court judge ruled against the Trump campaign's challenge Friday to over 200,000 ballots, and Dana Milwaukee counties. Attorney General Josh called tells CNN he expects no changes to take place and very confident that the court will uphold the decision that lower court may And that the electors in Wisconsin will move forward as they've been certified. The hearing will begin at noon and investigation continues into Thursday night's

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Supreme Court denies bid by Texas, Trump to overturn 2020 election

WNYC Programming

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Supreme Court denies bid by Texas, Trump to overturn 2020 election

"By the state of Texas and backed by President Donald Trump. Seeking to overturn election results in four states. Justice is rejecting the bid by Texas to follow an extraordinary challenge targeting Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin directly with the high court. Earlier today. A judge in Wisconsin shot down Trump's efforts to overturn election results in two counties. But Wisconsin Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments and trumps state case this weekend. In California health workers are

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Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear Trump lawsuit appeal

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear Trump lawsuit appeal

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court will take up a challenge filed by president trump's team to try to overturn his election loss to Democrat Joe Biden Wisconsin's highest court controlled by conservatives is holding a weekend session to hear the trump campaign's argument for disqualifying more than two hundred thousand absentee ballots the decision came hours after a lower court judge Stephen Symonette ruled against the challenge the petitioner appellant here have not demonstrated that in a Roni is interpretation of Wisconsin early voting laws happened here trump's attorney wants his electors ballots to be sent to Congress so if the court does intervene the trump vote to be counted instead of Biden's the president's legal team continues trying to challenge elections in key battleground states I'm Jackie Quinn

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Down 85 south from Georgia 475 85 connect north into the city stacked in from 1 66 almost high 20 triple team traffic 95.5, Don't you must be I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington. The legal losses continued today for President Trump's campaign as a Wisconsin state judge rejected a lawsuit designed to throw out Joe Biden's win in the Badger State. The Trump campaign is expected to immediately appeal to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The courts continue to rule against the president on an almost daily basis. And indeed, the judge today also throughout a trump action in Michigan, saying it had been filed in the wrong jurisdiction. This puts the president and his allies one for 56 in their court. Efforts So far, President Trump has been busy on Twitter this afternoon. And he has got Georgia on his mind. First tweet if the two senators from Georgia should lose, which would be a horrible thing for our country, I and the only thing that stands between packing the court And preserving it. I will not under any circumstances Pack the court exclamation mark, our friend A J. C. Political reporter Greg Bluestein, quoting a Georgia political insider, Republican insiders saying quote this is by far the most harmful tweet. Yet vice president Pence returning to Georgia. He will be in Columbus next Thursday. Another rally at least a sensibly on behalf of the two senators up for their run off run offs in January. Leffler and Purdue in Washington Congress has passed to one week government funding bill. This will avoid a shutdown late tonight, which would have happened, it will will, among other things, also allow more time for covert 19 2nd stimulus relief talks. U S Senate voted 84 13 this afternoon to approve the defense Bill. Congress Daring President Trump to veto with There do seem to be enough votes for an override president objecting on a couple grounds, including the stripping of Confederate names off military bases, which had been included in this bill. The top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Your Times reports the FDA will approve that Fizer Corona virus vaccine for emergency use Tonight They've been finishing up the instructions on how medical professionals should administer it. And that apparently, we're the last step before the approval vote tonight. Final CDC approval expected by the end of the weekend, Governor Cuomo, shutting down indoor dining in New York City again as of Monday, said the move comes after the rate of hospitalizations there. Not only did not stabilized but began to increase again. WSB money update number of retailers including JC Penney Lows, Cole's telling it a place online order soon or else you'll have to pay expedited shipping fees. If you want your package delivered in time for the holidays, they earlier than usual deadlines coming.

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Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court

Jim Bohannon

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is saying no to President Trump the state's high court, refusing to hear the president's Attempt to overturn his election loss to Joe Biden. The court ruled on Thursday. The case must first wind its way through the lower courts. The president's legal team is re filing the lawsuit in Milwaukee and Dane counties. Meanwhile, Republican Congressman Mike Gallagher tells WTMJ that Joe Biden won the Badger State It appears buying one by 20,000 votes. But the Trump campaign is within its rights to exhaust their options in court. Make sure every legal vote is counted and investigate any legitimate claims of

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Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court

Pacifica Evening News

01:22 min | 10 months ago

Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court

"To hear President Trump's lawsuit attempting to overturn his lost to Democrat Joe Biden in the battleground state. Sidestepping a decision on the merits of the claims and instead ruling the case must first wind its way through the lower courts and another blow to trump. Two dissenting conservative judges questioned whether disqualifying more than two it in 20,000 balances Trump wanted would be the property proper remedy to the errors. Trump's alleging that a feed on a 4 to 3 ruling was the latest in a string of losses for Trump's postelection lawsuits, judges and multiple battleground states have rejected his claims of fraud for irregularities. Trump asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to disqualified ballots in the states, two biggest Democratic counties. Those counties alone has lawsuit echoed claims that were earlier rejected by election officials in those counties during the recount that barely affected Biden's winning margin of about 20,700 votes. Trump's attorney, Jim Troopers, said he would immediately file the case in Circuit Court and expected to be back before the Supreme Court very soon and asking the conservative controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court to

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Here on the election investigation. If you will, a group on Tuesday, finally emerging petition with the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Challenging their unofficial election results. The Thomas more societies almost odd project found tens of thousands of ballots that could be fraudulent. Phil Klein we've had on the air here before the former attorney general of Kansas. The director of the project, said, quote we've identified over 150,000 potentially fraudulent ballots in Wisconsin, more than enough to call into question the validity of the states reported election results. Moreover, These discrepancies were direct result. Of Wisconsin election officials willful Willful. Violation. State law. So that's in Wisconsin. Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan legislators and now have agreed to hold public hearings. On the election. Now this remains to be seen whether it's Kabuki theater. See why a for Republicans in these state legislatures that don't want to seem to be doing nothing. To investigate the election. Whether they actually are going do you know? Dig deep. What happened in their respective states, which were right. For fraud. A Nevada judge has agreed to hear evidence of alleged voter fraud. First Judicial District Court Judge James Russell. As a December 3rd. That's next week. Evidentiary hearing in the case presented by the Trump campaign up to 15 witnesses will be deposed in the case, said the judge. So again, you gotta prove it in court. Once you get these evidential hearing, that's all you need. This with this. Thousands of people registered and voted in Georgia, using addresses of postal facilities or businesses. They made it look like they were residential addresses. That Brainard, former dating strategy director of President Trump's 2016 election campaign, said that Georgia we've identified over 1000 early absentee votes cast by individuals. Who registered addresses are in fact post office. Ups and FedEx locations. Willfully disguising box numbers, his apartment or unit. They probably publish a sample of 15 such address entries. Yesterday, but there are thousands In Georgia alone. And that's just a partial review of the state, according to Mr Brainard. 1000 votes cast by those registered in nonresidential, purely commercial addresses. Also disguised with apartment, etcetera. These were The residential addresses, not mailing addresses that the voters listed. That's a violation of Georgia State law. By the way, it also happened in Pennsylvania. 1400 voters. In Pennsylvania listed postal facility addresses as their residents. Of the 1100. GOP voters that were reached on the phone in Pennsylvania who did request an absentee ballot, 42% said they mailed the balance back. That state data shows the balance We're not received accounted That is a frequent complaint. Milwaukee Elections commission has refused to allow the Trump legal ropes to see absentee ballot envelopes or ballots clearly They're not participating in A lawful activity. And again we'll get to some of the other stuff in Georgia here and just like I know a lot of folks want to get in the way in on the on the line here this morning, raising Reisterstown Ray. Good morning, you're on the air. Yes. On the subject of not being a rhino of not jumping ship to jump on the latest Bandwagon. I would remind you that the onset of the American Revolution after what she did in Concord and prior to declaration The British born pamphlets here, Thomas Paine. Road on the night of December..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Thanks, Brett. It's great to have you. Ah, little more on this, and we come back. The mask mandate was supposed to be the end all be all. Well, first, the shutdown was supposed to be the end all be all that didn't work. Right? Then the mask mandate was the end all be all. But then that didn't work. The mask mandate was extended and that didn't work. And now we're on illegal emergency order Number three with a capacity limitation. No information, no data showing that this has any You know, it's not even any tie whatsoever to a realistic expectation that there is going to be a reduction in the infection fatality rate in Wisconsin. And yet You have got the state of Wisconsin still in a state of limbo because Tony Evers reckons two things number one. He can challenge the original Wisconsin Supreme Court order on that reigned in his emergency authority, and secondly, he can keep people freaked out. Until November. 3rd. That's what he wants is well is to keep people worried about going to the polls and voting will be right back. Mom, I think I stole I found in the attic is cursed. No, its eyes are just very life. Like what is its head keeps spinning. Oh, that is scary. You know what's really scary Mobile app. You can manage. Thank a policy. Let's play with another doll. Or we could just marry a deep in the ground. Happy Geico. We download the industry leading Geico act today. Listen, I have no time to slow down,.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"Campaign 2020 on w T o P. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has rejected a request by the Green Party presidential candidate to be added to the States. November ballot. The ruling clears the way for local clerks to resume mailing absentee ballots to more than a million voters who have requested won The 4 to 3 order comes just seven weeks before the November 3rd presidential election. In this narrowly divided state of Wisconsin. Democrats have feared that adding Howie Hankins to the ballot would take votes away from Joe Biden and help President Trump rapper Kanye West is still hoping to be added to the Wisconsin ballot. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander of Inman, a key witness in the president. Trump impeachment inquiry addresses the president's suggestion that he is a never Trumper In his first TV interview with NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt Vid Min explains what changed when he once described himself as nonpartisan as the president's attacked and politicized me directly. We and in taking a very sober view of Where this president is taking this country. The divisions Um The catering to to our adversaries, the undermining over national security interests that I am absolutely a never. Trumper Vinland says the White House leaked a classified memo about him to congressional Republicans in an effort to smear him. The White House did not respond to a request for comment. The whole Veneman interview aired tonight on NBC Nightly News. The leading spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services, has accused government scientists of what he calls sedition in handling the Corona virus pandemic, Michael Caputo told his Facebook followers in a live video. CDC officials have formed what he calls a resistance unit aimed at undermining President Trump. He presented no evidence for this. Caputo also claimed that left wing hit squads are getting ready to take up arms after the election, and he said that his family has been threatened and that he could be killed. One of his quotes his When Donald Trump refuses to stand down at the inauguration, the shooting will begin. Caputo has been a controversial figure since taking over communications at HHS and April. He has no medical background and he is accused of altering the message from the CDC when it comes to pandemic guidance. Still ahead tonight. Here on W T o p. We have Ah, Monday night football doubleheader and we are tracking the latest in local sports as well. Stay with us here on W T o P O. Hello..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From W. NYC in New York this is on the media Brooke Gladstone is out this week I'm Bob Garfield in the course of the covert nineteen pandemic we've seen all manner of messaging from political leaders perhaps none so telling as the declaration this week from British prime minister Boris Johnson you put up with all the hardships of that program the social distancing because you understand that it's the only way to defeat the corona virus the most vicious threat this country has faced in my lifetime well done you lock your perseverance and sacrifice have saved our nation now please stop persevering we said that you should work from home if you can only go to work if you must we now need to stress that anyone who called work from home for instance but using construction or manufacturing should be actively encouraged to go to work this is what they call a mixed message which is what tends to happen when politicians are forced to make the stark choice between the public's immediate welfare and political ideology or the outlook for the next election here in the USA this week a conservative majority Wisconsin Supreme Court in overturning the democratic governors science informed decision privileged the right to roam freely over the right to not be fatally infected by a loved one or random stranger major decision on stay at home orders that could reverberate nationwide the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturning the state's mandate to stay at home as unenforceable under state law.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Wisconsin Supreme Court tossed the governors stay at home water now communities are trying to figure out what to do next local leaders are being forced to decide whether to issue their own restrictions or allow businesses like bars and restaurants to reopen this pandemic Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin open right away posting a video showing the bar teeming with people drinking talking and bobbing their heads to music but city health officials in Milwaukee say the stay at home order they issued in late March remains in effect president trump tweeted Wisconsin's democratic governor was forced by the courts to let the state open the people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm ready to fall lay privacy watchdogs say the popular tech talk video weapons violating children's privacy law filing a complaint saying it's collecting personal information of kids under thirteen without a parent's consent more a townhall dot com Tampa Bay rays all star pitcher Blake Snell says he will not take the mound this year of his pay is cut further self proclaimed quote I'm not playing unless I get mine now is being advanced two hundred eighty six thousand five hundred dollars as part of a March deal between major league baseball and its players union to deal with the delay in the season because by the corona virus pandemic is seven million dollars salary would be cut about in half if the regular season is cut to eighty two games teams want more reductions if games are played in empty ballparks Keith Peters reporting meanwhile the players want to look at the owner's books after the owners approved a proposal that could lead to the season starting around July fourth with a regular season schedule of about eighty two games owners also gave the go ahead to a proposed player salary being based on a fifty fifty revenue split which the union says is a salary cap more of the stories a town hall dot com I'm Rhonda rock strip Israel.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Okay Jeff Cuba city Wisconsin great to have you Sir hello they rushed us to park here a blue state finally one Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the stay at home workers I saw that so I guess we're open for business until they can find a way to shut your down there already trying to say well those justices were all conservatives on that court as though somehow that disqualifies well yeah but they they also mandated that all future restrictions to well the virus must be approved by the registered legislature meanings lockdown shut downs that the the governor just can't do this right right unilaterally and a yeah and again fox this this is Wisconsin and it was a Supreme Court decision states Supreme Court with a majority conservative the vote it's a great teachable moment and it was it's a it's a check on not run away power look I I'm still the question about well people in the blue states revolved at some really valid quite will they revolt that their governors shutting down their livelihoods right revolt however you define it ballot box open up I don't know but it's going to be the thing to watch.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sir hello I should like to park here a blue state finally one Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the stay home waters so I guess we're open for business until they can find a way to shut your down there already trying to say well those justices were all conservatives on that court as though somehow that disqualifies it well yeah but they they also mandated that all future restrictions to the coronavirus must be approved by the registered legislature meaning lockdown shut downs of the the governor just can't do this right right unilaterally and a yeah and again fox this this is Wisconsin and it was a Supreme Court decision states Supreme Court when the majority conservative vote it's a great teachable moment and it was it's a it's a check on not run away power look I I'm still the question about what people in the blue states revolved at some really valid quite will they revolt that their governors shutting down their livelihoods right revolt however you define it ballot box open up I don't know but it's going to be V. thing to watch.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A Russian ice to talk here a blue state finally one Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the stay at home workers I saw that so I guess we're open for business until they can find a way to shut your down there already trying to say well those justices were all conservatives on that court as though somehow that disqualifies it well yeah but they they also mandated that all future restrictions to the coronavirus must be approved by your registered legislature meaning lockdown shut downs that the the governor just can't do this right right unilaterally and a yeah and again on fox this this is Wisconsin and it was a Supreme Court decision states Supreme Court with a majority conservative the vote it's a great teachable moment and it was it's a it's a check on not run away power look I I'm still the question about will people in the blue states revolved at some really valid quite will they revolt that their governors shutting down their livelihoods right revolt however you define it ballot box open up I don't know but it's going to be the thing to watch numbers.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

12:30 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning in to deliberate. Report me with me. Today Daniel Make Adams Daniel good to see you this Dr Paul doing good. We have a little bit of good news. Today's yeah yes still some bad news out there. We liked the good news. And we've talked a little bit about Wisconsin. What's going on out there and Seems like there's a few fighters left up there and you know politics is so terrible. Never worked but just happens that the Democrats are in charge of writing rules and executive orders disturbed their state at the same time. The more conservative Libertarian. People are in charge of the legislative. And they didn't like the clock. Don Well not too many do it. Once you're intimidated. Have to go along you know. They can't rock the boat so they used a process which hasn't been around a lot but that time sometime it's flawed but the legislative branch said. Hey why does why is the governor have so much power just in lock down and and they got token present PR permission for awhile. From the legislative body ran out so the legislative body felt put a bond so they didn't like The taking away of their authority at the same time. They didn't like the lockdown and they've also I'm sure Sense where the politics are and they were. The people are very supportive of getting things open so they took it to court and Lo and behold the judge ruled that Sh- the governor way overstepped bounds. And they're being forced to open up which I think is just great. I think it's such a shame that we have to go through this because you know if we were in a more Libertarian society. You would have. These kinds of people could just do what they wanted. And as long as they didn't hurt people and are exposed people to even their own problems or their own disease it but this is. This is a good news story and they're moving in the right direction and and I think it support about people I think they had a little celebration. They They they celebrate and they go out and have a drink. It's just like the people around the world I guess but but anyway there was big celebrations and We'll have to see what happens. I just hope this persis- speaking of celebrations that I picture. Actually because this was I think from the Washington Post. They were furious looking at this. No masks at reopened bar the virus full. It really sort of reminds me Dr Paul. The pictures I've seen from when they finally struck down prohibition when people went out and celebrated they were tired of the tyranny. But you're right the court the court you know Ruled in favor of the legislature would the legislature sued the governor saying. Okay you had your emergency power. But you can't extend it unilaterally. Without the elected officials elected legislature. Having a say in it and the Wisconsin Supreme Court also agreed with the legislature that the unelected state health chief shouldn't have such power over the population. Basically sort of like algae. They kind of handed over policy to this unelected person will Tony Evers. Is the governor there in Wisconsin and he's apoplectic about the whole thing. He can't believe it. He said we have no authority right. Now it's been taken away. Of course it is doesn't say is it's been taken away by the people in form of their legislature. But here's what he said when the bars started opening and people started having a good time they didn't put on their mass actually shook hands and acted like humans he said. We're in the wild west. There are no restrictions at all across the state of Wisconsin. So at this point in time there was nothing. That's compelling people to do anything other than having chaos here so what he considers chaos other people consider freedom and some people will determine the word fun. Yeah the freedom and fund may go together but he also said in order to cover himself he. He's concerned about this. You know He's not willing to look as none of them seem to be. That are all all this close to see who safe or unsafe. And and he's assuming that everybody's going to buy into it that if you allow people to go out to a bar all of a sudden there's GonNa be a tremendous increase in death but we have several other examples. We'll probably mention. It's not quite happening that way. And it's sort of happening like some people proposed that there be a surge of people getting sick like normal for most viruses and like flu matter of fact not nearly as severe as influenza but The politicization of this is pretty amazing. I'm impressed with the ability to I want to hear. Somebody had a strategy session last summer. Sometimes we have. It is virus coming. What are we going to do to maximize our benefits from that? I know we have it every year but this one is going to be different and the propaganda machine went to work and I was so disappointed if I read it correctly in my own newspaper here in Missouri County. They said that they are going to change the way they count. The illness is not going to bother. Wait for test or anything like that. If somebody has some symptoms we're gonNA count them so our numbers are probably going up. We've been talking. Our numbers are pretty love and but They they said that You don't have to have have a test so I'm hoping this all gets over because I hate criticizing people that I work with. It seems fraudulent to me. Just guess well we'll get to the scoreboard. But the in Wisconsin okay. They had about four hundred twenty one deaths as of yesterday from the covert Which is you know. It's a not a good thing. It's it's a bad thing but that really is just a little bit higher than just at twenty eighteen flu season. So there's not a huge disparity at for that they shut down the entire state you know like everywhere else. Unemployment went through the roof. Businesses closed for ever got a rush of suicides. Depression at center up. But you know this opening though celebrated by a lot of people Washington Post of course is not too thrilled and we have our second clip. This is in the same article. Here's how they editorialized in a news article about this with ever statewide orders kaput local health authorities scrambled to issue or extend citywide or country. Countywide stayed home. Orders creating a hodgepodge of rules and regulations across the state that are bound to cause confusion not to mention some traffic across county lines situation and like any in the US as a pandemic rages on of course that language. And here's the final thing. This is how this is how the Washington Post propagandizes just like. You were saying Dr Paul but most of all ever feared that the court order would cause the thing he was trying to prevent more deaths writing there they go again. Yeah there definitely are some similarities between what's going on now and the war against terrorism because at the beginning most people knew what a terrorist was they they were supposed to know anyway and it was a narrow definition of course terrorism is just tactics but that morphed into anybody you didn't like it He's a terrorist. He's a jihadist. And you know and then that pain that picture and this is what they're doing now on this if you don't obey the rules they'd like to put you into that category that you're unpatriotic you don't care about people dying and yet they don't even have the evidence may well be that there are less so the one you gave some numbers there about the number of people with corona virus but If if we ever get to the bottom of it. I've seen some statistics. Show that one thing is that the flu numbers are way. Way Down I don't think there's less influenza. I think what they do is they throw them all together. You know influenza concern like corona virus or somebody comes in. Here's the flu. Oh Yeah Corona virus current of ours and then accused the machine going. So fear is the driving element For politicians whether it's fear they associated with With terrorism and fear with this. But it's one thing it's to increase the power influence and control by the state. The state grows our wars the health state. Yeah and the real complaint that they have in Wisconsin. Of course the the control freaks the power freak says from Bob. Wenzel would say the the fear they have. There's not one single one-size-fits-all overarching system. That would keep someone in say a rural area with very very little chance of contracting the virus in the same category someone from Madison or from the big city. And that's the big problem. They're complaining that some counties will stay closed some will open. It will cause chaos. It'll cost confusion on what is going to actually create a kind of situation where there's competition in if you. WanNa stay home if you WANNA stay lockdown down you stay in the county you stay where you are words lockdown but if you want to go out and you want to start living your life if you have a very low risk and you've assessed that risk and you want to get back to work because you're going bankrupt to do that and that's really the the beauty of the whole thing you know and it's not difficult to find some very very good statements in it comes from their heart and their logic and common sense and not from some distant theoretical philosophy but it it does I found one here. That comes From one of the individuals have been relieved or the case about this Shut down and it's very libertarian. Libertarianism is very natural. Just leave me alone. But he stated he didn't write a whole booklet on anything like that he he very simply say if if the people want to quarantine quarantaine if you don't want to Corentin Dong Corentin go out. Do what you normally do while. That's complicated isn't it? And of course we always put all of that into the non aggression. Principle is that you do what you want but there. Here's the one rule you don't hurt anybody and then they would come back and say I ha- going out you're gonNA kill people so that's how they try to have it on both sides but I don't think statistics are going to hold up. They can't say that because there is a risk in nature infections and therefore you have to give up the principles of libertarianism. But there's been quite a few it because we're dealing with self reliance and self respect as that as the barber. Was you know a the case with the barber? And and and I guess I guess the Governor of Michigan a little bit annoyed because too many protesters and she. She didn't like that and she said okay. If you're GONNA do that she didn't say it but her tone and our words were I'm gonNA punish you. We're GONNA keep them on longer. We're GONNA make sure that rules and I thought that was about the ugliest thing you could hear. I mean it's all bad the authoritarian. But this this whole idea that if you disobey my orders collectively. You're all going to be punished. And I'M GONNA keep writing these orders but I think going to. There's going to be a growing number of people you know objecting to this and and I'm sure you know this issue is going to be the the issue of November you know and I think I thank you if If the real issue is violence and freedom and making own decisions I think things will half be ironed out by November with with You know how how beneficial where these controls. And how much harm have they come? Because we've sure heard a lot of people who've been suffering from these or you wouldn't have this celebration that we see now. People are celebrating. It's not like they got some free gift. All they got was a return of what was there to begin with people. Think you know that it does come from the government. That governor thinks freedom comes from her. You Know I. It doesn't but still when it's been taken away from you and there is a return there's reason to rejoice about it and I think we're starting to see that. Yeah I think so too and with really terrifies them. The most what they can't stand of course early on when we started talking about the states..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court has struck down governor Tony YVR is stay at home restrictions the High Court ruled for Republicans in a challenge to an extension issued by the governor's health secretary arguing she exceeded her authority the four to three ruling means the state is essentially reopened ahead of the may twenty six expiration date of IFRS order the governor says the decision leaves the state in chaos order have seventy one also and that we were in a good way we are no longer the water lives caps on the size of gatherings allowing people to travel as they please and allowing shuttered businesses to reopen including bars and restaurants I'm bill Michaels over one point three million Americans are infected with the virus eighty four thousand have died from cove it nineteen according to Johns Hopkins University and Medical Center I'm John trout reports say US senator Richard Burr has had his cell phone seized by federal agents in a probe into stock trades made ahead of the market crash caused by the pandemic the warrant and subsequent cellphone seizure reported by the LA times marks a notable step in the probe into whether senator Richard Burr sought to profit from information he got in private congressional briefings about the spread of the covert nineteen virus the North Carolina Republican heads of the Senate intelligence committee and is being scrutinized for selling up to one point seven million dollars in stocks in February after receiving closed door briefings about the virus before the market began trending downward as Scott Kerr the judge presiding over Michael Flynn's case has appointed a retired jurist to evaluate whether the former national security adviser should be held in contempt that order a signal registering the judges resistance to accepting the justice department's.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

13:27 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Problem just alluded to the problem of big money in politics road the thing said believe on the six talking about special house special interest groups spent four point four million dollars as of last month this past Monday in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race or moan and end up spending of course is bipartisan talk about that please yeah we got all these outside interest groups that are spending money telling people who to vote some of them are dark money groups actually and so they don't have to disclose who their donors are and you can just hide behind a bush and say you know tell Jill Karofsky did not to coddle criminals like warmly as was insulting because that ad didn't say don't vote for Jill Karofsky or vote for Dan Kelly using the magic words don't vote for votes for they don't have to disclose who their donors are when everybody was saying they had recognized that there was an accident Calyxt that's a problem of the U. S. Supreme Court doctrine not just citizens United going back to other U. S. Supreme Court decisions like Wisconsin right to life verses the FCC anyway it's pardon it's part of the doctor and that we need to overturn some U. S. Supreme Court it's as corporations are persons and money is speech you can limit it and so we've got that to tackle two if we're gonna have a real democracy in this country fortunately there are a lot of people at work in an effort to amazing grassroots effort actually here in Wisconsin and across the country well we're doing more in our share with the group called Wisconsin United to amend which is gotten a hundred and forty six communities in Wisconsin to pass resolutions referendum saying we've got to overturn citizens United we get a man to U. S. constitution program once and for all that you know corporations actually our first month money actually isn't speech and on Tuesday there were referendums and about fourteen or more communities around the state for that proposition to so I'm hoping they'll pass where to wait and see but yeah I mean this money you know on Tuesday in the in the Kelly Karofsky race actually the the group's throwing money behind Karofsky spend more than the groups of throwing money behind Kelly though was close in so that was true also in the Neubauer added on race and actually Neubauer lost that one so if the money isn't necessarily determinative here but we'll have to wait and see on the results to see whether crusty wonder or Kelly or Kelly one again going to get in with conversational be opening up the phone lines six oh eight two five six two thousand and one extension number nine if you have a question common observation for Matt rockshelter guests today from Wisconsin democracy campaign give us a call well Shelly engineering today tells me that we actually do have a corner on the minority so let's open it up high caller demand year on year sexually Randy Allen Randy using herbs hurt correct the well if I were dry timeline from two thousand and ten when elected Scott Walker who at Tuesday's election I'm thinking we might as well just rename ourselves north Alabama or North Mississippi and a but what was the thing the reason I'm calling is that V. we heard plenty of stories about how Milwaukee which as you would normally have had the hundred eighty some of polling places had five and nobody seems to be curious about what happened there I was wondering is there has there been any reporting on the video what led to that well Randy sexually call and you know I know people are homeless counts in which you said you do you still use that goes kind of what you were saying and kind of how I'm feeling but I think in the Milwaukee the clerk just was not confident that they had enough told workers to staff more than than five polling places I don't think it was anything more nefarious than that I think was a bad decision the clerks part the clerk had or should have been able to get national guards people down there to help with the OHL's but you know in a plague light were in a lot of poll workers who had signed up and we're calling in canceling and so the the the the clerk of a mill one of the city of Milwaukee was left with a very difficult choice you know how many polling stations can we keep open and I think he made a mistake there but and it was just awful to see people stand in line for two hours two and a half hours and then it started to rain and then insert Ankiel and and lord knows if there was enough social distancing going on and was just a nightmare again six two eight two five six two thousand and one extension nine let's continue on we do have another caller in the queue so mica you're on the air hi I agree it was outrageous that they had to order on Tuesday it wasn't the most outrageous thing in my life I think the most outrageous thing is that we're still awaiting climate change but what I wanna should wanted to mention was that my nephew and his wife submitted absentee ballots the same days through the paces postal mail and one of them got there on time and the other one dent the Supreme Court is just as bad as the rest of government well you know Mike I think you're absolutely right about you know the U. S. Supreme Court notice constant spring court acted absolutely seems willing during this just as boss and since you're that and you know I just don't know what more to say about laws interests you're old and and Rogan's acted to Wisconsin Supreme Court or the Roberts court if the US Supreme Court in their total indifference or total callousness toward a people's ability to exercise their fundamental citizenship and people's ability to to do that without risking their very lives I mean let's not beat around the bush of this image if Longstreet surely legislative immunity they could be called up picked up for reckless endangerment we're churches attempted manslaughter charge is anyone else at risk lives of tens of thousands of people on April seventeenth they B. and ask us right now you know there's I thought I was looking at it an article from the onion of photographs of us in a protective gear in in in in in a surgical mask in someone at the polling place and I mean the arrogance of it in the mail flaunting well people just standing in line all over the state risking infection he's there with his protective guard innocence a ma'am smugly grinning you know I mean and he said it was incredibly sick devote **** and yet he's all dressed up with is going to a you know an Ebola emergency can I mean it was a robin boss you know we may just amazes me to this day that this guy is still in power you know what more does he have to do before the people in his district figure that this guy is not their best representative I mean it was a couple years ago that the mortgage journal sent on its front page was urging people look to run against robin bus because he was such a poor representative of the people he's a great representative of Wisconsin manufacturers and commerce a great representative of the American legislative exchange council in and but he is I mean that was an embarrassment that was a national embarrassment I meet people all over the country so what a fully made himself on April seventh smog he's always been smog you know it's a middle name members talk about the the the referendum on dean of ballot this past Tuesday done some writing on Marsy's law we spoke out against it why was that tell tell our listeners some of the background well Marcy's law this was the amendment there was for expanding ostensibly for expanding victims rights you saw it on your belt you voted it didn't say Marsy's law but it's been the effort has been called Marsy's law we saw advertisements unbelievable numbers of advertisements on TV on radio on your computer screen a Kelsey Grammer from cheers was there I mean they they spent more new three million dollars Marsy's law immerses law is funded by a billionaire out of California named Henry necklace when the founders of Broadcom Henry necklace who himself had a run in with the law in Las Vegas because Las Vegas and is lost because there's lots of heroin and cocaine and meth I mean like a super rich person in the criminal justice system we didn't do a day in jail and got a great plea deal on it but he has spent more than a hundred million dollars in states across the country twelve states have already ratified this much used by a constitutional amendment here in Wisconsin you know he was the marshes law was one of the top three lobbyists in the state over the last two legislative session and do we really want an out of state building here to be able to buy a constitutional amendment to the Wisconsin constitution it has a terrible fatal flaw in it the site down main street committee head on into our sixth amendment rights guaranteed by the U. S. constitution to face our kids are our accuser in to be able to get our lawyers to depose take a deposition from the person who's accusing us of committing a crime Marcy's law whether the constitutional amendment says victims can refuse an interview and can refuse a deposition or other discovery by the accuser by the lawyers for the accused so this is a collision the Wisconsin state constitution if it passes with the U. S. constitution so it's going to cost us you know millions of dollars in court fees as taxpayers when this thing gets litigated you know up to stream but it's an effort by this billionaire to really got the ability of people are accused of crimes and I think down the road try to amend the US constitution to get rid of the six and so the people argues will have less and less ability to defend themselves in court what is that going to mean it's going to mean that people without means poor people people of color are you read more and order at the mercy of the district attorney's other prosecutors we're gonna be able to throw him in jail convict them ever the more easily than even before let's continue on this continuous to phones hello will you're on the air yeah thanks our thanks for the program thank you Matt I voted curbside and when I first called my polling place they said they were short staffed they couldn't do it but I was prepared to start looking for a lawyer to try to sue for disenfranchisement because to me going out there and in a compromise hailed in a way for myself and my wife to go out it was no different than reckless endangerment used by ordinary citizens so they did accommodate me I was able to pull curbside I also feel the same way Matt three O. about Biden beaten shop by the shop will beat bitlocker drama and I've been saying that ever since he got in the race because the DNC has not changed one older problem the crap they will be in twenty sixteen and now they're common already Afaria and people got to go so will this voting for you three years what will stop it short people voted it down by our the Supreme Court races the judges and other positions locally that they can control.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Senator Chris Larson and state representative David Crowley are moving on to the April election in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race former governor Walker's appointee Dan Kelly is being challenged by Dane county circuit judge Joe Karofsky on April seventh meanwhile today's T. M. J. force Charles Manson tells Wisconsin's morning news Milwaukee mayor Tom Baird challenger state center Lena Taylor we have to convince voters that now's the time to make a change at the top of city leadership couple of points about the lack of economic expansion in certain neighborhoods but I don't know if she'll get the financial that she'll need or get her message out and if there really is an appetite in the city of Milwaukee for change right now as he can yeah term you can find complete coverage online at W. T. M. J. dot com politicians in Wisconsin will closely be following along during tonight's democratic presidential debate dissipation rates in April's presidential primary could hinge at least in part on what's going to happen in tonight's democratic debates was politics dot com's Jeff Mayers we come for late in the process and you know after super Tuesday which is going to be a big factor but you know I think the Bloomberg strategy coming in later in the process spending all this money suggests that the April seventh democratic presidential primary here will matter mayor says primary participation could help shape the only statewide race in Wisconsin that for Wisconsin Supreme Court Mike Spaulding WTMJ news coming up flew concerns in Wisconsin WTMJ news time for form sponsored by power windows and doors of Wisconsin take a look at perfectly beautiful what's.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Because now instead of things being four to three on that supreme court and ready to shift in a moment's notice in twenty twenty now conservative with how a five to majority on the Wisconsin supreme. Court and not only that turnout was high and what the election showed is that. Well, there were certain districts where Trump has fallen off a little bit particularly in suburbia in rural areas, he continues to dominate according to according to Madison dot com. They report that the conservative is winning by a very small margin. It Megan automatic recount. But there was court raised the liberals needed to win have shot at taking majority control of the court next year appeared headed for a recount, but the conservative candidate declaring victory holding narrowly following Tuesday's election, the conservative candidate is up over five thousand votes, a conservative win would increase their majority to five two and ensure that our control over the court which they've held since two thousand eight for years to come. It'd be a particularly stinging defeat for liberals who were confidence and riding a wave of wins in twenty eighteen including picking up a supreme court seat and ousting Republican governor Scott Walker and served with Brian Hagedorn who was Walker's chief legal counsel for five years. Let liberal back to Lisa Neubauer by fifty nine hundred votes out of one point two million cast based on the unofficial results that difference of about zero point four nine. Percentage points is close enough for Neubauer to request a recount, but she would actually have to pay for it. So maybe it happens. Maybe a dozen had declared victory early Wednesday morning. This is electoral surprise minutes after he declared victory the Neubauer campaign, Santana fundraising plea saying that with the vote total neck and neck, it looks like we're headed to a potential recounts counties will canvass the votes starting next week to determine the official margin of victory. The last time there was a recount in. Wisconsin supreme court race was in two thousand eleven this. This was the only statewide election of the year. So this is the only bell weather that we have this year and turnout was really strong. In fact, it was a lot stronger than it was in two thousand eighteen Republicans showed up in two thousand eighteen they should have been bigger numbers in twenty in two thousand nineteen twenty seven percents for Wisconsin supreme court seat, the tight outcome provides more evidence as Madison dot com of how evenly divided. Wisconsin is President Trump. You'll member carried the state by less than one percentage point Walker lost it by just over one percentage points. This state is basically dead even Haggadah and victory. In battleground America sends a message to all of America that were ready to keep Wisconsin read as we turn our attention to mobilizing for twenty twenty and reelecting President Trump's said, Mark Jefferson, the executive director of those -sconsin Republican party. So this is it's a pretty astonishing result. I mean, she was heavily favored the liberal in. This race was heavily favored to take the seats. Eric Holder headed hit an outside group that was spending almost a third of a million dollars to more than thirty million dollars actually to help Neubauer win. There are a bunch of conservative groups, including Americans for prosperity that match democratic outside spending Hagedorn spent much of his race defending his conservative beliefs Neubauer by contrast was appointed to the appeals court in two thousand seven by a former democratic governor and the term there is ten years..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 1A

"Always matter state legislators always matter but if you look at ohio for instance the secretary of state matters a great deal the state auditor matters a great deal in wisconsin the wisconsin supreme court plays an oversize role in the question of redistricting one of the reasons why i went there to campaign for woman rebecca dallat who was elected to the wisconsin supreme court the first democrat to be elected an open seat since nineteen ninety five and so we look at we go state by state and identify what are the the races that we need to support we've identified twelve states that we have our on our target list seven states on our watchlist because in those nineteen states we think we can have again the greatest national impact and is end erc helping with fundraising campaigning for those candidates or are you taking more of a an auxiliary approach to to to help with the district's those candidates will be serving is a is a fundraising arm as well it's all of the above we will give direct monetary support to certain candidates in the virginia race for instance we looked at what ralph north of needed and decided that if we ran a strong digital campaign on his behalf that that would be something that would be extremely useful again we look at each race we look at each state and make specific determinations about how we can be most most helpful let me get to some of your comments for eric holder about redistricting plenty of concern about whether or not this is actually an independent effort kenneth also echoed that kenneth wrote on our facebook page political party should have little to no influence over redistricting in every state it ought to be conducted by independent commissions and according to fair and consistent criteria that are available for public scrutiny no gerrymandering and let the partisan ships fall where they may not agree with them i mean i think that in if we had in a perfect world if i were drawing up the system i would have independent commissions in all fifty states doing this take the politicians just totally out of it because we have a system now where politicians are picking their vote.

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