The Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau this month published a Survey of Significant Wisconsin Court Decisions, July 2020 — July 2022. The publication summarizes a range of decisions in higher-profile cases, such as those involving redistricting, public health-related orders, and elections, as well as a number of lesser known cases of significance. The summaries are intended to “serve as a concise introduction to the court’s important activities in the last two years.” A full copy of the report can be found here.
Barron County Court staff, judges adopt a family
Barron County court staff and judges adopted a family with six children, including two grandchildren, as part of the Spirit of Christmas/Adopt a Family program, which supports families with difficulty providing gifts and clothing to their children. Gifts included jackets, boots, snow pants, shoes, shirts, pants, underwear, socks, toys and games, as well as household items and food.