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Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Green bid for ballot access
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is keeping the Green Party off the November presidential ballots. In a 4 to 3 decision. On Monday, the court ruled that the Green Party waited too long to challenge the Elections Commission decision that kept them off the ballot in the first place. It states that quote it is too late to grant petitioners any form of relief that would be feasible and that would not cause confusion and undo damage. The three votes against were from the courts. Conservative justices Chief justice patients. Rogan Sachs says the motion suppresses people's rights to vote while Justice Rebecca Bradley argues that this is akin to disenfranchising black voters in Alabama during the 1960, Wisconsin radio networks Raymond Newport
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Heavy from McCormick Place to Roosevelt. Nothing major to speak of on the tollway's or I 83 Joey. Yet you're next Traffic report at 7 58 NewsRadio 7 81 of five point out of found w BBMak, you weather hazy sun, breezy warming up to near 80 this afternoon Cool Start here this morning. Griffith, Indiana, starting out of 58 degrees 60 at O'Hare Midway in the lakefront Immaculata, Meteorologist in divorce, Chicago's weather station. NewsRadio. 7 81 of 5.9 FM at 7 50. Chicago's most trusted stuff for updated news minute by MINUTE news Radio 78 and one Opie 10.9 FM. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has rejected the Green Party presidential candidates request to be added to the state ballot. Ruling. It came too late for any relief that wouldn't cause confusion and undue damage to the vote. Election officials had warned of significant away and chaos at the court ruled that Howie Hawkins be added to the ballot so he will not Recent weather is added to the uncertainty of when Mother Nation will start her false show of colors and how bright they'll be. We spent the end of August into this month and a really dry period and that stressed out trees and it could cause earlier color and leaf all the normal but Now that we've had some rain, and it came early enough, maybe not. According to Julie Janofsky, Plant clinic manager of the Morton Arboretum, Jonas, he says, We're going to have to play this one by ear. She does suggest that you keep pulling out the sprinkler and watering your trees. What's really important is getting that whole root system as opposed to just putting the hose out in like one area on that tree and leaving it running, even at a trickle or whatever. If you're going to do that, you need to move the hose around a bit, so that your watering the entire root system, the Morton Arboretum. It will soon offer an online fall color.
Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted
"The conservative controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court today ordered a halt in the manly of absentee ballots until it gives the go ahead or makes any future the ballot. In the critical battleground state. The order injects confusion and Voting in Wisconsin a week before a state's deadline for absentee ballots file in less than two months before the November 3rd presidential election. Polls show a tight race in the state between President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Local election clerks sounded the alarm. About what But even a temporary delay in the process would mean Dane County Clerk Scott Macdonald called it potentially a huge disaster. He said. In Madison alone, there were 100,000 requests for absentee ballots on file. An election staff planned to work all weekend on mailing them out. If the court would order changes to the ballot, Dane County would have to print package sort and deliver half a million new ballots, he
Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted
"Put absentee ballots on hold. The order comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins. He claims the Wisconsin Elections Commission is keeping him off of the ballot. Kanye West is also trying to get on the ballot after the commission rejected him. Municipal clerks have until September 17th to mail ballot species. Ryan Burrow, the National Institutes of
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's whatever the he is running on Gerry McNamara eight six six ninety right I well the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down governor Tony Evers coronavirus stay at home order Wednesday willing that his administration overstepped its authority when X. it extended it for another month without consulting legislators before three ruling essentially re opens the state lifting caps on the size of gatherings allowing people to travel as they please allowing shutter businesses to reopen including by including bars and and and and restaurants some that came out late last night so that's about nine o'clock last night so that's where we are then look we knew this was going to happen and we said courts are gonna start getting involved in it it isn't this isn't like a there's always been the same way you need to follow the rule of law was reset executive orders and in a pandemic or completely different ballgame every single room regulation can be arbitrary and and the the judges can look at income sorry we need to review that one and so we're putting a temporary restraining order on it as you've seen and a variety of different issues that have happened on this so as every day goes by and we see it now I want to get out and talk to a couple of friends in California yesterday and they just said this this is going to stay when I got to stay locked down till August it's not gonna happen now all want to get out you cannot locked down people in their homes four well we've done it now for just about two months isn't it yep you're not gonna do it for five months now not gonna happen not gonna happen we are really at the end of our rope with all this and I I think that's what we're seeing more and more and the push back from those that want to keep it in place really isn't gonna last because it it doesn't matter this is not about red or blue really it's it's not its political for the policy makers not for the people affected by it hi and this is where by the way that's where the left loses on this go ahead and keep pushing go ahead and keep demonstrating that you want this massive control of the people and business go ahead keep doing that in an arbitrary way in an arbitrary way that doesn't make sense and let's see how it works for you in November and your party in November I mean because you know we're looking at the economy right now and we said look at it even though trump doesn't get the blame here it's cold bed and the policy in place that's leading us to this place but it will have a negative effect of the economy is tanking in November on election day that will not work in the favor of the president however when you consider again the push back from the locals and and or or on the locals the judges and the governors that are keeping it in place thank and and and again an arbitrary way that works for trump even if the economy is tanking again we don't make predictions but this is not working for the left we can say that with with confidence right now and so we'll see what happens in November let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to.
"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.
Wisconsin bars packed with patrons almost immediately after court strikes down stay-at-home order
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the governor stay at home order on when a ruling is unlawful and unenforceable a lot of bars and restaurants that opened up the same day we're a media Lee pack yeah and most people weren't meant wearing masks doing a social distancing it reporter talked to a few of the owners and customers and got their thoughts after my boys haven't been paid now in two months I had a look out for them and their families and had a look out for my business if people have an issue with social distancing they can stay separate or stay home if people wanna quarantine quarantine if you don't want to quarantine don't quarantine go out do what you normally do I respect your feelings and I respect that they want to stay home they can't but I hope they respect my feelings on I would like to come out and I would like to start getting a kind of me going I guess is that what we've
'Wild, wild West': Wisconsin fully reopens
"Now Wisconsin it no longer has any statewide coronavirus restrictions in place that's after a closely divided Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the governor's state home order yesterday siding with the Republican controlled legislature against democratic governor Tony Evers you first told MSNBC that it's now quote the wild west in his
Wisconsin bars packed after court lifts stay-at-home order
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the governor's stay at home order Wednesday almost immediately crowds stormed bars across the
"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.
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Wisconsin's stay-at-home order that closed businesses to limit spread of coronavirus
"A piece of audio from a state Supreme Court justice this was from esquire magazine in discussing the governor's order to stay at home the assistant Attorney General Colin Ross appeared to be rethinking his career choice Bradley the Supreme Court justice went full on Glenn Beck never go full on Glenn back this is what the press called full on Glenn back listen to this judge my question for you is where in the constitution to the people of Wisconsin confer a sorority on the singles on elected cabinet secretary to compel almost six million people to stay at home and close their businesses and face imprisonment if they don't comply with no input from the legislature without the consent of the people isn't it the very definition of tyranny for one person to order people to be imprisoned for going to work among other ordinarily lawful activities where does the constitution say that's permissible council one of the bravest guys and the guy who appointed her to the Supreme Court successful governor economic education healthcare reformer Scott Walker joins us now governor how are you Sir Eglin even better today because of the Supreme Court yesterday sure okay so the Supreme Court yesterday in Wisconsin struck down the stay at home order what does that mean well there was no stay so it means technically anyone anywhere in the state of Wisconsin could be opened the one caveat to that is welcome to the home rule states so there are still the ability of local jurisdiction so a handful of communities city Milwaukee city of R. we're seeing a Dane county or state capitals at all very Liberal Democrat areas there governor should be there mayors and or account executives issued similar orders to what the governor's administration will done but for everybody else it means technically any retail establishment or whatever's open last night around the state there are other places out there although and I heard the tail end of year your last segment in the end the governor I've said for weeks the government can get out of the way but ultimately the market will determine when businesses reopen when employees feel safe to come back in when the when customers ultimately come back as well but it the first step is getting the government out of the way so Z. the get the new governor the guy who I think replaced you it had issued the stay at home order he said yesterday last night on CNN this puts our state in the chaos now we have no plan no protections for the people when you have more people in a small space I don't care if it's bars restaurants or the home you're going to be able to spread the virus today thanks to the Republican legislators convinced for Supreme Court justices not to look at the law but look at their political careers I guess it's a bad day for Wisconsin because now it's the wild west commented when it's it's like it's like they've suspended common sense not only in his statement but not others across the country we see this over and over again we've been operating for nearly two months now with the threat of this coronavirus in every time anyone goes in a grocery store every time someone goes into a pharmacy every time someone goes to the hardware store every time someone shows up in a in a manufacturing plant that is deemed essential by the government they've been able to do that overwhelmingly across the country safely so to me it just defies common sense that now certainly since the so called nonessential businesses can open finally because those justices actually upheld the law they did exactly opposite what he said they actually upheld the law now does that mean the people who've been operating safe we're certainly going to go crazy and and not use the same watching the done before of course not you know here here's here's the thing first of all I think you guys had the election when every but when nobody knew what was gonna happen and with that it shows that no there was no spread to from you guys holding L. holding the election which quite honestly at the time I would have found surprising but there was no problem for holding the election yeah I guess the the governor didn't learn his lesson from that one and when did we go from a let's not overwhelm the system let's not overwhelm hospitals and doctors and the nurses let's flatten the curve to nobody's going out until everybody is safe yeah it it's it's the flat occur versus now we have to find a cure before anyone can set foot out there the logic I went back and looked two months ago yesterday I wrote a piece on Facebook about how we need to be rational we needed to follow the guidelines we probably shouldn't have Dick's sporting events or concerts for awhile so we could figure this out but that we could do these things without shutting down the economy we just had to use our common sense we had to be purposeful interactions to make sure we're safe the same is true today over two months we flatten the curve but do you still have government officials whose immediately seem like they're hiding under their beds open a guide somehow this will just go away it's not going away it's not going to change anytime soon and if we don't win this year register Connie devastate but think of all the people across America who missed out on doctor's visits in clinics and other checkups who missed out on early detection I mean this is literally a life threatening issue even when it comes to re opening the economy so governor do you really believe that these people are hiding under their beds or is there something else involved I mean there is we have to balance things and that is what a leader does he gets advice from the FAO cheese and they save Valjean just tell me about the health effects and then somebody else has to advise is didn't tell me just about the economic effects and then I have to make choices as a leader on what we do we are now looking at a group of people in Washington and it seems to be falling on party lines that they for some reason we just don't want to open the economy and no one is talking about the deadly effects of America going down the drain or going into a deep depression not only the affects financially but the effects of health and welfare all over the globe millions could die because we go down it even amazing the group that are not aligned with that don't normally reference but even a United Nations report recently just this week showed that grave concerns about massive I mean we're talking crippling poverty around the world because of the economic effects here in their point was that this will actually have a much larger devastating impact on the Taliban casualties because of malnutrition because of the depression because of suicide because of all sorts of issues I think it's a combination of summer parade and some have an agenda when I look at Nancy Pelosi's and we could talk all day about her ridiculous three trillion dollar bill that's out there but one of the things I think's been ignored about what you did put out this week is they've got a provision that would extend the federal unemployment enhanced benefits till January one that tells me Democrats believe our whole some have an agenda that they want the economy not to open until after the start of the year which conveniently happens to be after the presidential election I I got to say if you're an American not a Republican not a Democrat now to conserve not a liberal but Americans that should scare the crap idea we should be doing something about it so do you think that the American people are I mean I think that my father used to say there is no such thing as bad it doesn't it nothing is bad it's depends on how you react to it that will make it a bad thing in your life for good thing you can go to prison for robbing a bank that's not bad that is something that you could use now to reforge yourself and and become better the corona virus I think has helped a lot of people get perspective on their life it is showing us that we need family and shows us that you know this arguing back and forth with the politics is really the Washington doesn't have the power we have the power we could use this to wake up on the bill of rights etcetera etcetera or we will allow it to destroy us do you think the American people are waking up on both sides of the aisle and saying wait a minute wait a minute these essential bill of rights liberties are really important I I do have some more slowly than others but but I do think they're waking up yesterday's ruling in the Wisconsin Supreme Court was a good step in the right direction because as I said after the ruling came out you know though okay holding the rule of law is important even in an emergency it's an important event and I'm optimistic it as frustrated as I am as as challenging as times are I think about American particular country that started out in defeating the greatest military power at the time who overcame a civil war that would have torn apart just to any other country in the world you ever came to me two world wars took on nine eleven were Americans and were country based on freedom and as long as we cherish those freedoms and liberties even in times like this I have no doubt we can overcome anything the part of that means of free will and the ability to engage in free enterprise that's something that I think it's fundamentally a part of who we are it's what king Solomon talked about finding joy in your labor I often say nobody signed by my high school yearbook saying good luck becoming it depend on the government we all no matter who we can where we come from what we look like we all in our hearts we want to work we want to find join our labor we need to get the government on lease and get it out of the way so that we can go back to work and and restore
Court ruling opening Wisconsin brings concern, Trump praise
"Wisconsin Supreme Court tossed the governor stay at home order 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 Democrat governor was forced by the courts to let the state open that people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm Rita folate
Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks governor's stay-at-home extension
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is struck down that state's stay at home waters Republicans challenge the democratic governor Tony eaters on his executive authority here's correspondent Omar Jimenez Wisconsin is no longer under state home orders this morning after the state Supreme Court overturned governor Tony Evers extension until may twenty six five forty three vote calling the move quote unlawful invalid and
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down stay-at-home order
"Stay at home movement got a victory courtesy of the Wisconsin Supreme Court which struck down governor Tony Evers is extension of stay at home in his state the justices justices decreeing the extension was actually executed by the state's health secretary the first line of the court's ruling told the tale saying the suit is about the assertion of power by one unelected officials to order everyone in Wisconsin to stay in their homes and close all businesses that she declares are not essential the court found she overstepped her
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected the stay at home extension by the governor there Tony Evers a Democrat forty three close ruling the state Supreme Court in Wisconsin agreed with Republicans that the prohibition on most travel and not essential business operations for twelve more days exceeds the governor's constitutional authority over says quote things are going to look a little different drivers and riders will be required to wear face coverings and I have to submit to a selfie with a mask before drivers can begin a ride people who don't do this we'll be kicked off the app passengers will be encouraged to not sit in the front seat and U. S. open the window for ventilation if the weather allows electors considering similar precautions New York city's in a close down the field hospital at the Billie Jean King tennis center according to New York one in five weeks untreated just seventy nine patients the site will now be returned to the U. S. tennis association get a sports update now good morning Brad help good morning Wayne Major League Baseball is using the K. B. O. in South Korea as the model for creating its health and safety protocols hi fives and spitting aren't forbidden but they are discouraged coaches and umpires all wear masks on the field everyone goes through a fever scanner before the end to the ballpark the KBO season started last week games are being played without fans and I spoke to KBO insider Daniel Kim who grew up in flushing and now lives in Seoul initially yours do you need some time to get adjusted it will tell me that yeah because sure the broadcasters calling the game for all stairs and you you're all kinds of stuff that you you know nobody here but in recent days you know they're they're used to it I think they're just happy that they're actually playing games and Daniel can work for the Mets for eight years and now covers and they'll be in the KBO from South Korea our full conversation center website WCBS eight eighty dot com the one positive cove a test in the KBO shuts down the season for three weeks we don't know what the procedure will be at Major League Baseball there's a positive tester how often players will be tested the health and safety protocols which MLB still has to present to the union well said to be more than eighty pages and Florida governor Ron DeSantis said he welcome all pro sports to his state the NBA and Major League Soccer reportedly considered Orlando as.
"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.
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down state's stay-at-home order
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court order striking down governor Tony either stayed home restrictions has left its reopening plans into disarray 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 everything is doing their own thing yeah it did we were in a good way we are no longer the water lift caps on the size of gatherings allowing people to travel as they please and allowing shuttered businesses to reopen including bars and
Wisconsin Supreme Court rules Gov. Tony Evers' administration overstepped authority with stay-at-home extension
"Wisconsin Supreme Court rules tonight the governor Tony Evers overstepped his authority when he extended a stay at home order through the end of may this comes a day after a poll found that nearly seven out of ten Wisconsin residents still support the Democrats safer at home order amid the pandemic the ruling doesn't mean the reverse order is immediately void the order will stay in effect until may twentieth the GOP move against Deaver's mirrors actions taken by Republican controlled legislatures or legislatures in other states most notably the democratic governors in nearby Michigan and Pennsylvania all three will be critical battlegrounds in
Wisconsin Supreme Court invalidates state's COVID-19 stay-at-home order
"Setback for Wisconsin's governors stay at home extension the conservative majority Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling forty three against the democratic administration stay at home order set to run through Memorial Day the court ruling the extension required legislative approval that despite the argument from the Attorney General that the order is similar to orders in forty two other states and is saving lives the stay at home order will remain in place until may twentieth to give state health officials time to go through a rulemaking process Republicans who hold a majority in the legislature have not made alternative
Wisconsin Supreme Court rules Gov. Tony Evers' administration overstepped authority with stay-at-home extension
"Wisconsin's Supreme Court has overturned that state's stay at home order justices ruled the administration of governor Tony Evers exceeded its authority when it tried to extend the
Wisconsin high court tosses out governor's stay-home order
"Governor Pritzker is not the only governor getting pushback about stay at home orders the Wisconsin Supreme Court today ruled governor Tony Iverson ministration overstepped its authority when it extended the governor stay at home order until may twenty sixth the court gave the governor and lawmakers a week to come up with another
Liberal Jill Karofsky wins Wisconsin Supreme Court seat in a race that fueled fight over in-person voting amid pandemic
"The state of Wisconsin finally counted votes and it's highly controversy and highly contested election of last week today and the liberal Jill Karofsky one Wisconsin Supreme Court seat in a race that fueled the fight over in person voting amid the corona virus
"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.
Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks order by governor to stop Tuesday’s elections in state’s latest whipsaw
"Voters in Wisconsin it turns out we'll go to the polls tomorrow after all at least as of now this evening the Wisconsin Supreme Court blocked governor Tony Evers executive order earlier in the day there were postponed tomorrow's presidential primary to June nights because of the covert nineteen pandemic courts as the governor didn't have the legal authority to do
Wisconsin Supreme Court overturns governor, orders Tuesday elections to proceed
"The governor of Wisconsin overruled by the state's highest court in his effort to postpone tomorrow's presidential primary Wisconsin spring election will happen as originally planned to Tuesday after the state Supreme Court to block democratic governor Tony Evers executive order to push back the vote by two months he says out of fears of a corona virus there's no shame in changing course to keep people safe and quite frankly to save lives though this just days after the governorate minute in a tweet that he did not have the authority to stop the election rather that it belong to the Republican controlled legislature anti verse who up until the eleventh hour push forward with a Tuesday
"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..
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Marquette university following the wisconsin supreme court decision in the mcadams versus marquette case breaking this morning professor mcadams thanks for being here we talked about your delight with the decision obviously is going on for a long time three years to be precise so when we talked about marquette university as an institution obviously there was a panel of your peers who said that this was not the right conduct and that the chicago forward in the suspension should continue you will return to marquette university do you think that there are some cooler heads who have said all along good for you this is freedom of speech right on we want to join you yes absolutely have been included a few marquette faculty who supported me only to current faculty overtly supported me one of them was dan mcguire maguire is famous as the lefty at marquette who's always supported abortion always supported gay marriage holly supported euthanasia he's been at marquette since about nineteen seventy and marquette has always upheld his academic freedom in so credit him with consistency he insisted that yes i have academic freedom to and several people who've emailed me but don't want their name us it's important to remember that in academia often conservatives keep their head down they fear repercussions if they should be outspoken about about views that post to well the more outspoken and militant leftist i wouldn't say outspoken and militant leftist dominate the faculty at marquette but they dominate the people who will speak out who will create an uproar on any particular issue so if you're the administration or marquette and want to placate the people who are complaining to you who are creating a fuss yeah you're gonna placate the leftist on the faculty well and and so much of this really rises above whatever those issues are whether it's an issue of the left or an issue of the right and so really what this be came about much to the dismay of market university was that that freedom of speech because in we'll hear from ralf weber the marquette attorney in the next hour but on their side it was it was something much different than that freedom of speech and so when this prevails like like you had fought for this really is a victory for very speech marquette claims that this poor graduate student who got unkind emails in the wake of my blog post apparently not from anyone who read my blog but when it went national that that is my fault but anyone knows that if a journalist out exposures misconduct yes there may be people out there who behave inappropriately marquette is actually claimed at charlotte the graduate instructor got threats that's just flatly untrue about admitted essay she got threats oh did you get some very unkind emails yep absolutely but that can happen to anybody who's misconduct is exposed and know when people are engaged in misconduct typically journalist do name them like oh gosh wasn't gonna last week some congressional staffer shouted obscenities at president trump and guess what media report that staffers name so what i did was simply normal journalism what journalist always do and so i don't know to what extent marquette was really sincerely offended this per per graduate student emails or whether this was simply a pretext because i have a history of creating trouble just by supposing things that go on at marquette like for example a mural on a university office wall that celebrated a cop killer named assata shakur you know that's just one of many things on exposed so it's hard it's hard to know what folks well in in in obviously this is going to continue on i think you now have a new platform in renewed spirit of caring for freedom of speech and really representing representing marquette university and helping students understand that for for their studies and further future going forward professor mcadams i probably have a very busy day ahead of you congratulations for for for this decision and i wish you the best thank you so much thank you all right have a great day up next we will hear from marquette university ralf weber following the decision mcadams versus marquette but right now the news welcome back tracy johnson filling in for c on wtmj he's taking.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The wisconsin supreme court decision to side with professor adams in a vote of decision of four to two that that he must be reinstated to his job and receiving that reaction right out of the gate was was really priceless and some great calls and text on the on the accurate mortgage talk and text line people are are are really really interested in this and i think this is going to be a talker topic that will have many different places to go whether it's the matter of the case whether it's how this all got started whether it's how the decision was made and i think many of those details will continue to emerge throughout the day and throughout the weekend so moving onto the next topic families across the country are cutting the cable and many of you might be out there saying i'm going to do it i'm going to call the cable company i'm gonna cancel my subscription today tomorrow next week and for those of you not familiar with that term this is cancelling your pay for tv service taking back that cable box getting rid of it all the satellite and the cable of the one hundred and twenty million or so households in the united states approximately eighty percent of of those households subscribe to some sort of pay tv service now this is a huge number eighty percent but this is down from eighty four percent in two thousand fourteen and eighty eight percent in two thousand ten according to a recent study now one analyst suggests that there are over nine thousand people canceling their pay for tv service every single day so what's causing this since two thousand since two thousand one net flicks and amazon movies and slaying and hulu have become popular that number of households cutting the cable is is increasing as are the prices for tv pay per pay for cable services so what's going on here the number of of of millennials and the number of young people who aren't even subscribing to cable in the first place is also on the rise so you're not really talking about cutting the cable there's no cable to begin with and and as we mentioned the average cable bill continues to increase every single year and people are jumping ship at the at the rate of thousands and thousands of day so why are they doing this consumers think that the grass is greener without cable and that they can pick and choose the channels and they're gonna save all of this money speaking from personal personal experience i'm still on cable right and and we talk about all the time the fact that we're going to cut the cord we're going to save all this money every time we get that that notification from the cable company that our bill is going up say it's time we're cutting the cord but earlier this week signs that the grass isn't always.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Decision though sweeping decision by the wisconsin supreme court in your estimate for professors for conservatives in particular for free speech generally well it's an important precedent it's it's not binding on federal courts state courts outside wisconsin although it will be watched incited what marquette did was contractually guarantee me all the rights of association and expression in the constitution which includes the first amendment then they tried to weasel out of that when i published a blog post said it in like by claiming that i don't something unprofessional or was reckless lately they've accused me of cyber bullying the graduate instructor i blog about who wouldn't allow discussion of gay marriage because she said it would be homophobic and would offend any students in class they tried but they tried to weasel out of the strong guarantees of free expression and my contract and it didn't work had they been able to do that any professor who is disfavored by administration particularly if that professor is disfavored by a substantial number of colleagues that can be put on a faculty panel decide now that's conservative professor to say that that'll that'll be a professor show of might come under attack will be much better off now certainly in wisconsin and yes courts do pay attention to precedents in other states although they may not be technically binding you know the redefinition of the category of hate speech that we constantly hear defending police that's hate speech defending traditional marriage that's hate speech being prolife at a extensively catholic university like marquette that's hate speech that's what we've heard so had this gone a different way and marquette was able to essentially look at clearly protected civil civil speech your blog was civil it was critical but it was very civil you simply expressed an unpopular political opinion not on campus but among the faculty class and the administrative class on campus had this decision gone another way then you could have you could have potentially even seen a you just did a recent blog post defending men against false accusations of rape that might have been considered on tour john or or you know just a bridge too far and they could have simply judge the content of anything you did said or taught in ways that could have put your job at risk tenure are not what was your i mean for example false accusations of rape christina hall summers who calls herself the factual feminist who's a critic of these sort of rape hysteria has been interrupted shouted down at universities called a rape.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Safety is now renewing its call to get ford to recall more than a million of those vehicles jason levine is the executive director of the consumer advocate group investigation has not been completed and ford has not conducted a recall of these vehicles despite literally thousands of people continuing to complain that they're smelling exhaust inside their ford explorer ford says explorers are safe owner complaints have decreased and the free service has addressed the exhaust odors police in wisconsin can legally draw blood now from unconscious drunken drivers without a warrant that's according to a five two ruling by the wisconsin supreme court the justices rule that drivers automatically consents to having blood drawn when they drive on wisconsin roads and if they drink themselves into unconsciousness the court says they forfeit any opportunity to withdraw that consent women who spend long hours the office haven't increased health risk the results of a new study and cbs's larry miller says this is just another reason to get a good work life balance women who work forty five hours a week or longer have a significantly higher risk of type two diabetes than those who limit work to between thirty five and forty hours the canadian study suggests more work means more stress and unhealthy eating habits the hours logged include housework and childcare conversely the frequency of type two diabetes actually decreases among men who work longer treatment for type two diabetes includes monitoring blood sugar levels and using medications doctors also recommend losing weight through diet and exercise wbz news time three fifty.
"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.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wisconsin supreme court yesterday president of wisconsin institute for law and liberty rick essen berg i listened to the oral arguments made in front of the wisconsin supreme court fascinating stuff mcadams versus marquette's professor fired for free speech at academic freedom at stake the the process i'm an ask rick about what that process was like and where we are in that in that story what will be the time line for the wisconsin supreme court to decide six judges in this case on that important freedom of speech case for marquette university and professor john mcadams that's at nine seven but one of the start to show two things one real quick and then i'm gonna dig deep on the on the milwaukee county pension stuff was just continues to blow my mind the fact that we have these weekly stories really an exercise in futility and example of governments at its worst and i'm not begrudging the people that get pensions but when you see this kind of fiscal mismanagement poor decision after poor decision there's a latest story about another mistake that's gonna cost a few hundred thousand dollars all these mistakes add up and they mean something the taxpayers and that's what i'm going to get to in a little bit here but i wanted to just i want to applaud milwaukee's police chief afonso morales i read this headline you're going to be held accountable that's milwaukee police chief alfonso morales addressing this this increase in these police chases this year alone npd thirty three last year at this time fifty one hundred hundred chief michael flynn let me say the numbers again ed flynn rather two hundred and fifty three this year to this point fifty one at this point last year of course the big change in policy allowing officers to pursue the reckless driving mobile drug dealing which if anybody doesn't realize that's the problem in this community they're not paying attention you said this to ricky mitchell team jay for what i'm happy about is the crashes are going down our officers are doing it safely bravo long past do what a novel concept we see some somebody engaged in criminal activity we chase them we try to capture them and then we try to put him away that's how it should work.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of partisan politics this is why invention the the references to president trump wisconsin supreme court has nothing to do with president trump there was scattered supreme court will almost never be in a position where it will be reviewing the actions of the president of the united states that happens in federal court only reading that you would talk about donald trump is if you want to take advantage of partisan whatever enthusiasm is rallying against the presidency of the midterm election talking to estimate president of wisconsin is it to prolong liberty we'll take a quick break when we come back i wanna ask you about the recent ads on both sides really and if those ads crossover a legal line when you're supposed to be talking about minor children sexual assault some of those things rick for joining us right here in wtmj nice seventeenth on wtmj on this good friday we are joined by rick s numbered presidents of wisconsin it's to prolong liberty wreck the ads in the last week or so have gone to this place where it's a attack on decisions that the judges have made and the involvement in many cases of sexual assaults harassment has that is another example of how we're we're going into it kind of a new territory in the in the vitriol and craziness of these races any combs it again a candidate on my own enact those of endorsed candidates and it's not unusual for judicial elections to include commentary on you know sentences that have been handed down by the very candidates and i think it's unfortunate in a way because it was scattered supreme court decades sentence anybody sentencing is done by trial judges and although wisconsin supreme court can use sentences that were very very limited and so to some extent when we have these doing ads.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In against another set of partisan politician this is wang mentioned the the references to president trump wisconsin supreme court had nothing to do with president trump the wisconsin supreme court will almost never be in a position where it will be reviewing the actions the president of the united states in federal court only reading that would talk about donald trump is if you want to take advantage of partisan for whatever enthusiasm rallying to go against the president in the midterm elections have absolutely on i think he will take action we're talking to rick berg president of wisconsin is it to prolong liberty we'll take a quick break when we come back i wanna ask you about the recent ads on both sides really and if those ads crossover a illegal line when you're supposed to be talking about minor children sexual assault some of those things rick esoteric joining us right here in wtmj nine seventeen p pretty with you on wtmj on this good friday we are joined by rick s numbered presidents of wisconsin it's super long liberty rick the ads in the last week or so have gone to this place where it's a attack on decisions that the judges have made and the involvement in many cases of sexual assaults harassment has that is another example of how we're we're going into a kind of a new territory in the in the msci all and craziness of these races comes that have been in a candidate on my own in knossos of instead endorsed judicial candidates but it's not unusual for judicial elections to include commentary on you know sentences that have been handed down by the very candidates and i think it's unfortunate in a way because it was supreme court sentence anybody sentencing is done by trial judges and although wisconsin supreme court candidates very very limited and so to some extent we have these doing ads which you know talk about.
"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The liberals because they have wished they could use the wisconsin supreme court to black governor walker and the republicans have governing they wanted to be able to strike doubt act can they wanted to strike down concealed carry they wanted to strike down right to work they wanted to scrape strike down the repeal the partial repeal the prevailing wage they want to strike out everything the republicans ever do they wanted to strike down school choice unfortunately because they don't control the supreme court because the state supreme court is it a bunch of liberal haxhiu abuse their power by striking doubt everything duly elected officials do they haven't been able to do it they have always wanted the lower court level they get a lefty judge madison the strike something down by the time it gets to the state supreme court the lefty judges overturned they want the equivalent of those lefty judges to be on the state supreme court ugh so i can literally serve as vetoed a black republican some governing they haven't been able to do that because they can't win any supreme court elections the only to liberals currently have a court are the two elderly women surely abraham said in an walsh bradley so it's five two but they've got a chance for a breakthrough here gabled winds that rotting so we have an open seat and it's coming up in the next election the conservatives have already handpick their candidate idle like this handpicked stuff but they doubted his was make us granic there are two liberals that are rotting now remember we have a primary at wisconsin so of the three candidates that are rotting the field of the boil down to two and then you'll have a one on one general election one of the liberals rotting is the milwaukee county judge neighbor back a bit rub beca dalat i'm not sure of the source of her income but she's rather wealthy her heart her husband is an attorney in private practice does real estate law she is a milwaukee county circuit judge.