Madison
2° F
Clear
Clear
Advertisement

Waiting For Resolution

Published On: Apr 08 2013 10:12:08 AM CDT
Neil Heinen photo

 

 

WAITING FOR RESOLUTION

04/07/13

With Tuesday’s Wisconsin Supreme Court election behind us, we remind you, and Justice Pat Roggensack, of a statement she made in our televised We The People debate.

"That matter, between Justice Bradley and Justice Prosser will have resolution. When I am finished with this race and we get through April the second, I will ask that this matter be placed on the Court's calendar for a conference among the seven of us. Because there is repair work that needs to be done. That action gave a grievous injury to the Court as an institution and we as an institution must address it. We have the ability to do that. I tried to get that started this summer, I ran out of time because of the election and the work of the Court coming up so I ended up with two full time jobs. We will get back to it and there will be accountability on that matter."


Justice Roggensack, you’re on the clock. We eagerly await resolution.


 

Advertisement
  • Adrian Peterson on sidelines, December 2013

    Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports/Reuters

    NFL players in trouble with the law

    A judge overturned Adrian Peterson's suspension from the NFL on Thursday after the running back admitted to using a switch to discipline his 4-year-old son. Here are are some other NFL players who have been in trouble with the law.

  • Comp1

    Net neutrality: What to know

    The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor net neutrality after a debate over whether the Internet should be regulated in the same way as public utilities. Here's what you need to know about net neutrality.

  • Zimmerman's parents after verdict read

    Gary W. Green/POOL

    Look back: George Zimmerman verdict

    Today marks the third anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death. a Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of Martin's death on July 13, 2013. Take a look at scenes from the courtroom on the day of the verdict.

Advertisement