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Supreme Court asked to decide Electoral College question

Three presidential electors in Washington state who voted for Colin Powell in 2016 rather than Hillary Clinton and were fined under state law, are asking the US Supreme Court to take up their appeal and decide whether a state can bind an elector to vote for the state's popular vote winner.

Remington asks Supreme Court to take up Sandy Hook case

Remington Arms Company asked the Supreme Court Thursday to take up a lawsuit next term brought by a survivor and families of nine other victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in 2012 who argue the gun manufacturer should be held partly responsible for the mass shooting.

State Supreme Court takes pass for now on voter ID

Appeals court to hear cases first

Wisconsin's highest court said it won't hear challenges to the state's voter ID law until a court of appeals hears the cases, a setback for Republicans who wanted voters to have to show photo ID to vote in November's election.

State Supreme Court takes pass for now on voter ID

Appeals court to hear cases first

Wisconsin's highest court said it won't hear challenges to the state's voter ID law until a court of appeals hears the cases, a setback for Republicans who wanted voters to have to show photo ID to vote in November's election.

Domestic partners case sent back to appeals court

Legislature established Domestic Partnership Registry in 2009

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to take up a case challenging Wisconsin's domestic partnership law until an appeals court has heard the case.

Domestic partners case sent back to appeals court

Legislature established Domestic Partnership Registry in 2009

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to take up a case challenging Wisconsin's domestic partnership law until an appeals court has heard the case.

Walker sees no problem with panel's appointments

Two justices have recused themselves

Gov. Scott Walker says the process for reviewing complaints against sitting state Supreme Court justices must be one that instills confidence, but he won't say whether changes should be made.

Walker sees no problem with panel's appointments

Two justices have recused themselves

Gov. Scott Walker says the process for reviewing complaints against sitting state Supreme Court justices must be one that instills confidence, but he won't say whether changes should be made.