WJI daily reads for Oct. 21, 2021
Reuters: Full Fourth Circuit will review skirts-only-dress-code-for-girls decision.
AP: Tool for police reform seldom used by prosecutors.
Prosecutors in Atlanta, Chicago, Tulsa, and Pittsburgh told the AP that they don’t track officers with disciplinary problems, and Milwaukee prosecutors only listed officers who have been convicted of crimes.
Wisconsin Law Journal: WMC Litigation Center acquires Great Lakes Legal Foundation.
The expansion, according to a news release, will allow the WMC Litigation Center to further its mission to promote the public interest and defend the business community from overzealous government entities that act beyond their authority.
CNN: U.S. Justice Department eliminates case quotas for immigration judges.
Forbes: Washington, D.C., may get legal recreational marijuana under new budget bill.
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