Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin Supreme Court leaves ballot boxes in place for February primary.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Hayat Pharmacy to pay $2 million to settle federal fraud lawsuit
The Guardian: Charles Breyer discusses his brother's retirement.
Charles Breyer told the Post his brother “was aware of this campaign. I think what impressed him was not the campaign but the logic of the campaign.
“And he thought he should take into account the fact that this was an opportunity for a Democratic president – and he was appointed by a Democratic president [Bill Clinton] – to fill his position with someone who is like-minded. He did not want to die on the bench.”
Vox: With Barrett on the bench, Supreme Court moving fast on religion cases.
Grid: Private-prison business still booming despite executive order.
The previously confidential document was submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this month. In it, GEO Group was quite clear about its overarching strategy: The company plans to use those workarounds, immigration detention contracts and increased reliance on its electronic monitoring business (known as BI Incorporated) to maintain its federal business interests despite Biden’s order.
The New York Times: North Carolina redistricting case involves challenges to which state supreme court justices can hear it.
Marijuana Moment: Voter petitions force Ohio legislature to consider marijuana legalization.
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