"Some cite the long-standing principle from 1884 that elected officials do not have an automatic right to stay in office, and that voters can change the terms of service, including 'abolish an office or shorten the term, or reduce or take away entirely the salary attached to it.'(via The Wheeler Report)
"But courts also have frowned on measures passed by lawmakers or voters that apply retroactively."
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Legal experts disagree on merits of chief justice lawsuit
Dee J. Hall reported at the Wisconsin State Journal.