With spring in the Badger State comes increased driving on state roads as Wisconsinites try to capture as much of Mother Nature’s goodness before winter’s inevitability once again sets in. Unfortunately for residents in Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties this time also comes with a sense of dread for the 19-mile stretch of road along […]
The federal judge that struck down Wisconsin’s Voter ID law has a history of attending the meetings of a hyper-liberal judicial and policy group.
“A typical voter who needs an ID, however, must educate him or herself on these requirements in some other way,” Adelman wrote. “Although this maybe easy for some, for others, especially those with lower levels of education, it will be harder.”
In his opinion, Adelman essentially declares that there is nothing the legislature can do to fix the Voter ID law and comply with his decision.
Federal Judge Lynn Adelman tossed out Wisconsin’s Voter ID law, but he also tried to overturn the conviction of a white supremacist and permit a convicted cop killer to get a retrial.
Before federal judge Lynn Adelman struck down Wisconsin’s Voter ID law, Republican senators were warned by the state Department of Justice that the law likely wouldn’t pass scrutiny.