Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: State Supreme Court hands Republicans a big win in redistricting case.
Reuters: Ban on high-capacity gun magazines upheld by federal appeals court.
The majority opinion by Circuit Judge Susan Graber called the 2017 ban a "reasonable fit for the important government interest of reducing gun violence" that interfered "only minimally" with the right to self-defense.
Marijuana Moment: Credit Unions seek adoption of marijuana banking reform through defense bill.
“We take no position on legalizing or decriminalizing medicinal or recreational cannabis at either the state or federal level,” the associations said in a letter to key committee leadership. “However, credit unions operating in states where it is legal have members and member businesses involved in the cannabis market who need access to traditional depository and lending services, the absence of which creates a significant public safety issue.”
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: How the bail system works in Wisconsin.
The Hill: U.S. Supreme Court (as expected) seems ready to consider new limits on abortion rights.
“If you think that the issue is one of choice, that women should have the choice to terminate their pregnancy, that supposes that there is a point at which they’ve had the fair choice, the opportunity to choice. And why would 15 weeks be an inappropriate line? Viability, it seems to me, doesn't have anything to do with choice. But if it really is an issue about choice, why is 15 weeks not enough time?” Chief Justice John Roberts asked.
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