Explainer: Wisconsin Supreme Court to consider clarity in ballot questions as it decides the fate of Marsy’s Law
Featured | State Democracy Research InitiativeSeptember 2, 2022
"When Wisconsin voters were asked in 2020 whether to amend the state constitution to better protect the rights of crime victims, the response was overwhelming: the referendum passed by a three-to-one margin. But did voters know what they were getting?"
In the Media | Wisconsin Law in Action: A University of Wisconsin Law School PodcastAugust 26, 2022
Episode 27: Robert Yablon and Gerrylaundering
In The Media | WPRJuly 26, 2022
"What is ballot curing and how does it work in Wisconsin?"
In The Media | New York TimesJuly 22, 2022
"A Hidden New Threat to U.S. Elections"
In the Media | Channel 3000, For the RecordJuly 18, 2022
"For the Record: A splintered state Supreme Court; When fines for threatening election workers might take effect"
Miriam Seifter Discusses Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruling re: State’s DNR Board and Implications for Democracy
In the Media | WUWM Radio, Lake EffectJuly 7, 2022
Discussing "how the power imbalance in Wisconsin’s state government is continuing to grow in light of a recent Supreme Court ruling"
In The Media | WPRJuly 7, 2022
"Supreme Court to take up case that could re-shape election law"
Events, Featured | State Democracy Research InitiativeJune 30, 2022
On June 30th, the State Democracy Research Initiative and the Elections Research Center presented another installment of the Election Matters 2022 speaker series.
Events, Featured | State Democracy Research InitiativeMay 20, 2022
In May 2022, the State Democracy Research Initiative welcomed academics from across the country as well as five state supreme court justices for a conference on Interpretation in the States.
Explainer: Wisconsin’s New State Legislative Maps Compare Unfavorably to Other Court-Adopted Maps on Partisan Equity
Featured | State Democracy Research InitiativeApril 18, 2022
Explainer By Rob Yablon: "Wisconsin’s New State Legislative Maps Compare Unfavorably To Other Court-Adopted Maps On Partisan Equity"
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