A slew of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions have many scratching their heads. Including some justices on the court itself. UW Law School’s Brad Snyder tells us about the history and influence of dissenting decisions on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Make a threat on Facebook, go to jail. Where does the First Amendment stop and criminal assault begin? We talk to UW Law School professor Shubha Ghosh about the US Supreme Court’s decision to hear arguments in Elonis vs. United States.
Wisconsin Capitol Protestors score a major victory in court. The Monday Buzz hears from Marquette Law School’s Ed Fallone with a reaction.
A federal court says it’s OK for internet providers to play favorites. The Monday Buzz talks with UW Law Professor Shubha Ghosh about the implications for universal access to the ‘net.
On October 8, the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Wisconsin Department of Administration announced a settlement in the federal case about the recent crackdown on protests in the Wisconsin Capitol.
Since March, 2011, participants in the Solidarity Sing Along have gathered in the Wisconsin State Capitol rotunda at noon, sang songs of protest for an hour and dispersed. They have done this over 600 times and never applied for a permit for use of the rotunda. The Capitol Police, part of the state Department of […]