Biden Pitches Road Map for Pandemic Relief, Equity and Unity in Milwaukee Town Hall

President Joe Biden visited Wisconsin’s largest city for a town hall event on Tuesday night, using his first official trip out of Washington as chief executive to answer questions about a myriad of issues including his Covid-19 relief plan, which he said would allow every American to have access to a vaccine by the end of July.

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Space Doll

A prominent astronomer who claims American Girl Brands misappropriated aspects of their physical appearance and identity for a space-themed doll without consent may pursue their Lanham Act claims against the company, a federal court in Wisconsin ruled, finding consumers could be confused about whether the astronomer endorsed or is somehow connected with the doll.

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Sexual Assault

A court did not violate a defendant’s civil rights by considering his association with an Amish community when it sentenced him to prison for sexually assaulting family members when he was a minor, an appeals court in Wisconsin ruled. One of the court’s reasons for sentencing the defendant to prison was to encourage interventions by adults in the community to protect girls from assaults by family members.

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Wisconsin Legislature Backtracks on Repealing Coronavirus Emergency

Wisconsin Republicans on Thursday abruptly dropped plans to terminate a public health emergency the Democratic governor declared over the coronavirus pandemic when it came to light that millions of dollars in federal food stamp funds would be jeopardized if they went through with it.

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Wisconsin Justices Hear Case of Man Who Killed Relative in Search of Child Porn Proof

The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard debate over self-defense and use of force by homeowners and trespassers Tuesday in a case where an armed man killed his unarmed brother-in-law after being caught in his home in the middle of the night searching for evidence of child pornography.

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