Litigation ongoing

Today the court addressed two cases that were filed by the League of Women Voters and the Milwaukee branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People when it came to the ID law.  In a biting dissent and one that struck to the heart Chief Justice Abrahamson wrote,  “Today the court follows not James Madison — for whom Wisconsin’s capital city is named — but rather Jim Crow — the name typically used to refer to repressive laws used to restrict rights, including the right to vote, of African-Americans.”

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