The Wisconsin Supreme Court is again ruling in favor of Republicans in a series of lawsuits challenging the lame duck laws.
The state’s high court upheld the laws passed by the G-O-P in December of 2018 that limit some of the governor and attorney general’s powers. One prevents the governor and A-G’s office from leaving federal lawsuits the state has joined, which was enacted to keep Governor Evers from dropping out of Walker administration lawsuits. The court also upheld a measure requiring Attorney General Josh Kaul to get permission from the Joint Finance Committee to sign off on lawsuit settlements.
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