Monday, September 22, 2014

FS WI Speech & Election review week of Sept 15th

7th Cir. Panel Skeptical of Wis. Voter ID Challenge, by Mark Wilson, 7th Circuit News and Information Blog, on Frank v. Walker, No. 14-2058

Seventh Circuit: State Has a Sufficiently Great Chance of Winning on Voter ID, by Joe Forward, WisBar News, on Frank v. Walker, No. 14-2058


Wisconsin's Voter-ID Case Provides a Lesson in Interim Relief, by Kellen C. Kasper, Wisconsin Appellate Law, Foley & Lardner LLP, Milwaukee, on Frank v. Walker, No. 14-2058

Four Reasons Why the Seventh Circuit Paved the Way for Voter ID, by Rick Esenberg, Right Wisconsin, on Frank v. Walker, No. 14-2058

ACLU Seeks Emergency En Banc Rehearing of Wis. Voter ID Stay, by William Peacock, 7th Circuit News and Information Blog, on Frank v. Walker, No. 14-2058

Government Accountability Board Issues Guidance on Reinstatement of Voter ID, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, Madison

The Media Can Coordinate With Campaigns, But You Can't? by Rick Esenberg, Right Wisconsin

Decorated Wis. cop says he paid dearly for blowing whistle on DA’s crusade against Gov. Walker, by Stuart Taylor, Jr., American Media Institute, Legal Newsline

How Wisconsin Prosecutors Became Campaign Partisans, by Richard M. Esenberg, The Wall Street Journal

 Why Judicial Elections Matter: Recent Decisions of the North Carolina Supreme Court, by Adam Conrad, Robert T. Numbers, Bradley Lingo, Wm. Grayson Lambert, State Courts White Paper, Federalist Society