WPR: How prison copays for medical care can perpetuate poverty.
Some states suspended all medical copays during the pandemic; but in Wisconsin, at the start of the pandemic, the state Department of Corrections suspended medical copays for incarcerated people who suffered from COVID-19 or other respiratory symptoms. That policy is still in place, while other states have reverted to pre-pandemic policies.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin Supreme Court revokes license of lawyer convicted of stalking ex-girlfriend.
Associated Press: Federal judge dismisses suit seeking to bar three Wisconsin Republicans from 2022 ballot.
WXOW (Associated Press): Michael Gabelman praises appointment of Don Millis to Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Dane County judge orders Michael Gabelman to testify in person on Friday.
Remington denied a motion from Gableman's attorney to reject a motion to compel the testimony after learning Gableman and his staff were routinely deleting emails, text messages and other documents gathered and produced by his taxpayer-funded review of the 2020 election.
O'Melveny & Myers: Environmental Protection Agency issues guidance on legal tools for advancing environmental justice.
Reuters: Seven Sentencing Commission nominees appear before Senate committee; Commission has lacked quorum for three years.
Associated Press: U.S. Supreme Court further limits ability to sue federal officials for rights violations.
In a tweet, Athul Acharya, the executive director of the group Public Accountability, said the “short version” of the case is: “Federal agents can violate nearly any constitutional right with impunity and you have no recourse.”
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