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    April 15, 2020

    1. Why the Supreme Court made Wisconsin vote during the coronavirus crisis
    2. Journalists are recognizing they're writing a rough draft of history and can't say ≠definitively 'that's the way it is'

    Nation

    1. National Roundup
    2. Far-right U.S. politicians label lockdowns anti-constitutional
    3. Prather, 1st woman Mississippi Supreme Court justice, dies
    4. Churches sue governor and AG over antivirus orders

    State

    1. Anti-LGBT discrimination ballot drive to collect signatures online

    Courts

    1. Voters reject Trump's pick in chaotic Supreme Court race
    2. American Bar Foundation announces 2020-21 Access to Justice faculty scholars

    Business

    1. Coronavirus: Developing economies are getting crushed here's why their rich neighbors should help them
    2. Liberal Karofsky wins Wisconsin Supreme Court seat
    3. Traffic drop from stay-at-home orders imperils road funding
    4. Coronavirus and the ≠importance of gratitude
    5. National Roundup
    6. Wisconsin Voters reject Trump's pick in chaotic Supreme Court race Redistricting fight next year is expected to be decided by the state's high court
    7. Liberal Karofsky wins Wisconsin Supreme Court seat
    8. Analysis Coronavirus: Developing economies are getting crushed here's why their rich neighbors should help them
    9. Transportation Traffic drop from stay-at-home orders imperils road funding States expect sharp drop in revenue from fuel taxes, tolls and other fees
    10. American Bar Foundation announces 2020-21 Access to Justice faculty scholars
    11. Coronavirus and the ­importance of gratitude
    12. Why the Supreme Court made Wisconsin vote during the coronavirus crisis
    13. Journalists are recognizing they're writing a rough draft of history and can't say ­definitively 'that's the way it is'
    14. Nation Far-right U.S. politicians label lockdowns anti-constitutional
    15. Mississippi Prather, 1st woman Mississippi Supreme Court justice, dies
    16. California Churches sue governor and AG over antivirus orders

    Feature

    1. WMU-Cooley Innocence Project case to be featured in new Netflix series
    2. Four law schools compete in virtual Jaffe Transactional Law Invitational
    3. Get to Know Angela M. Medley
    4. Daily Briefs