Opponents of Wisconsin’s Voter ID law had some good news this week. U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman issued a preliminary injunction to allow people to vote, even if they don’t have an acceptable form of ID, if they sign a statement explaining why they couldn’t get an ID
This would be a clear step forward if the judge’s decision stands. It could be in effect for the presidential election on Nov. 8.
An attorney for the Kenosha Unified School District said he is certain a federal discrimination lawsuit filed Tuesday by transgender student Ash Whitaker will be resolved in the district’s favor.
“The district is confident that when the litigation process establishes accurate facts and applies them to the proper legal standards, its policies and practices will be found to be in total compliance with all laws,” Ron Stadler said Wednesday in an email released by Tanya Ruder, Unified’s communication director.