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It’s fitting for a separation of powers conflict as the country celebrates the birth of our nation, and the U.S. Constitution that followed. In this one, the Wisconsin judiciary tangles with the executive and legislative branches on judicial discipline.
Called “by far the most important property rights case of the term,” the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that two adjacent lots in Wisconsin should be considered as a single property for purposes of determining whether a compensable taking occurred.

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For decades, interactions between police and people of color have often been tense and even violent. Prof. Samuel Walker discusses efforts to address racial bias and reform policing techniques.
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