Good. And for the last time, there was nothing “lame-duck” about those laws.
MADISON – The state Supreme Court agreed Monday to quickly take up a lawsuit challenging lame-duck laws aimed at curbing the power of the state’s top Democrats.
The high court unanimously accepted the case before an appeals court finishes its work on the lawsuit, speeding up its final resolution.
The justices put the case on a fast track, agreeing to hear arguments May 15.
Other lawsuits are pending — one in state court and one in federal court — so the Supreme Court’s ruling in this case likely won’t be the last word on whether the lame-duck laws are valid.