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No decision today on Gill v. Whitford

Supreme Court Race in Wisconsin

Lisa Neubauer concedes Supreme Court race to Brian Hagedorn

This morning Lisa Neubauer called Brian Hagedorn and conceded the Supreme Court race. The vote in this race was very close, falling within .5%. Many of Neubauer's supporters had hoped that a recount would be held, but in an email to supporters this morning Neubauer thanked those who worked on the campaign, and stated

Our courts are strongest when politics are set aside and we follow the law regardless of personal views.

Who Is Brett Kavanaugh? A Supreme Court Reading Guide

Re-published from an article at ProPublica

President Trump on Monday night nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the seat on the U.S. Supreme Court that Justice Anthony Kennedy will vacate at the end of the month. Kavanaugh is a judge on the powerful U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Below, we’ve gathered some of the best reporting on Kavanaugh.

Supreme Court passes on Gill v. Whitford

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In a unanimous ruling this morning, the US Supreme Court sent the Gill v. Whitford case back to the lower courts. The court ruled that the plaintiffs did not have article III standing to claim damages on a state-wide basis. 

No decision today on Gill v. Whitford

In what is becoming a Monday ritual I spent a while this morning watching the live feed on the Supreme Court decisions.