Supreme Court Justices raise questions on lame duck lawsuit

Conservative Justices on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court seemed doubtful hearing arguments from a liberal leaning group challenging lame-duck law passed last year.

The League of Women Voters, along with Black Leaders Organizing for Communities, and Disability Rights Wisconsin brought forth the lawsuit. It challenges legislation passed by Republicans in December 2018 which curtails executive powers of Governor Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul. Their lawsuit focuses on how the legislature called lawmakers back to Madison to hold the extraordinary session.

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