United States Immigration Policy

During President Biden’s first joint address to Congress, he detailed programs he hopes to implement. Among those efforts includes immigration reform. He stated, “Let’s end our exhausting war over immigra...

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Marijuana Charges in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, a first-time charge for possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor. A conviction entails fines and possible time in prison. A second conviction of marijuana possession in Wisconsin is considered a f...

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Sexual Assault Charges in Wisconsin

There are four degrees of sexual assault outlined in the Wisconsin Statutes. Degrees of sexual assault differ when it comes to how much force was used, and the extent of harm done to the victim. In Wisconsin, f...

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Southern Border Surge

According to government estimates, the U.S. will be recording upwards of 2 million immigrants on the southern border by the end of the fiscal year. This is record high, as 2006 was the last year that Border Pat...

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Developing Immigration Policy and Statistics

According to a PEW Research study, “the number of people who received a U.S. green card declined sharply in fiscal 2020 amid the pandemic”. The current administration is aiming to diminish initiatives that ...

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New Attorney General of the United States

In a 70-30 Senate vote, Merrick Garland has been confirmed as U.S. attorney general. This marks the largest margin of confirmation since Eric Holder, who garnered 75 votes when confirmed.  Garland has stat...

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What Is Wisconsin’s Implied Consent Law?

What is Wisconsin’s implied consent law? According to this law, if you drive a vehicle, you automatically consent to the submission of blood, breath or urine testing if it is suspected you are driving under t...

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