Decoding the Maze: Wisconsin’s Campaign Finance Laws
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently urged state lawmakers to update the statutes, calling Wisconsin campaign finance laws “labyrinthian and difficult to decipher.” Such a task may be easier said than done, however.
The Road to Rural Practice
Several attorneys who practice in rural areas throughout Wisconsin – from Rice Lake to Marquette, Mich. – explain how they came to practice where they do, what they like about rural practice, and what challenges they face.
Super Commuting: Beware Double Taxation of Income
Many Americans live in one state and work in a distant one. Current tax rules do not deal well with this circumstance and so these “super commuters” may face double taxation of their income, both by their state of residence and the state in which the income is earned.
E-filing in Four Easy Steps
Circuit court e-filing provides an easy and efficient way to conduct business with the courts. Jean Bousquet and Marcia Vandercook explain how to do it.
Children in School:
Bullying: Fighting Back
Bullying in school is particularly hard to combat, because children generally do not have the option of avoiding the problem by changing locations. Read how schools, parents, and communities are fighting back against bullying.