Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Judge denies motion to change venue in Waukesha Christmas parade case.
Instead of moving the trial, Waukesha County Circuit Judge Jennifer Dorow said the jury pool would be expanded and both parties would have additional strikes and time for questioning jurors to ensure a fair trial. The jury will be sequestered at the courthouse during the day, but allowed to return home at night.
Politico: U.S. Supreme Court strikes Maine's bar on parents and students using public subsidies for tuition at religious schools.
In what is one of his final dissenting opinions before his planned retirement, Justice Stephen Breyer said the court seems to have lost all interest in enforcing the Constitution’s prohibition on establishment of religion.
Politico: Watching John Roberts for an unlikely compromise on Roe v. Wade.
The Hill: Ron Johnson's office responds to evidence at Jan. 6 committee hearing.
A spokesperson for Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) claimed that the Wisconsin Republican was not involved in a fake elector scheme and “had no foreknowledge” the electors would be sent to their office, responding to a revelation from the Tuesday hearing of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.
Miami Herald: Police officer investigated for allegedly telling a Black man he’d pulled over that “this is how you guys get killed out here.”
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