U.S. News & World Report: Wisconsin Elections Commission deadlocks on guidance for clerks regarding absentee ballots.
Star Tribune: Walgreen's backs Wisconsin employee who refused to ring up condoms.
But last month, as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas joined the majority in erasing abortion rights for half the country, he revisited his shopping list of other "demonstrably erroneous" precedents the court could tackle next. Including the 1965 Griswold v. Connecticut ruling that guaranteed married couples a right to privacy in their bedrooms — including the right to buy and use contraceptives.
Generations after Griswold, (Jessica) Pentz stared in shock at a middle-age stranger who was telling her his personal opinions trumped her constitutional rights.
Channel 3000: Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul calls for regulations on ghost guns.
Kaul joins the Attorneys General of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Washington.
Vox: U.S. Supreme Court to consider who is in charge of Immigration and Customs Enforcement priorities.
Still, the stakes in the Texas case are high. ICE employs nearly 8,000 individuals in enforcement and removal operations, many of whom are sworn law enforcement officers who carry a badge and a gun. Either these individuals are under the command and control of political officials — as federal law says that they are — or they are free to set their own priorities without oversight from anyone responsible to the American people.
AZ Mirror: Federal judge blocks Arizona's abortion prohibition.
U.S. District Court Judge Douglas L. Rayes said Arizona’s legal definition of a person conflicts with what a fetus is in every legal sense.
NBC: Judge orders U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham to testify before Georgia grand jury investigating possible election interference by Donald Trump.
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