A federal trial over Wisconsin’s voter ID law is garnering national attention and could set a historic precedent for equal rights.
Protesters will no longer have to apply for a permit to gather in the Capitol rotunda but they will have to notify the Wisconsin Department of Administration.
New regulations have been enacted to restrict the reproductive rights of women in Wisconsin. On Tuesday July 30th, host Carousel Bayrd spoke with Lester Pines, a Senior Partner at Cullen Weston Pines and Bach LLP, about the new law and the lawsuit against it.
Want to speak out at the State Capitol? Attorney Steven Porter is challenging the Walker Administration over who can use the building without a permit. And so far, he’s winning.
Donald Downs, legal constitutional scholar at U.W.-Madison, joined Brian Standing on the Buzz to discuss the good and the bad of the federal court’s Capitol access decision.
The recent Wisconsin anti-abortion bill’s attack on women’s rights is being challenged by Planned Parenthood and ACLU. Larry Dupuis, legal director at ACLU, joined the Buzz to discuss what measures his organization is taking to block at least parts of this law.