Here's what the news reports are saying about the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals hearing this week on Freedom to Marry in Wisconsin!
You probably know that the ACLU case seeking the freedom to marry, Wolf v. Walker, is scheduled to have oral arguments in Chicago on August 26 at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.  But what does that mean, exactly?  
The Department of Justice today intervened in the ACLU of Wisconsin voting rights case, filing an amicus brief in opposition to the voter ID law.  The case is currently at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Central city residents will benefit from new bus routes that will connect riders to suburban job hubs.  The agreement is the result of a lawsuit by BHCW and MICAH who combined their forces in a legal challenge to create mass transit opportunities to coincide with the massive $1.7 billon Zoo Interchange project.
Check out this roundup of news from the Marriage case!
Case Update: Wolf v. Walker - Freedom to Marry for Wisconsin Couples
US Attorney files Amicus Brief in ACLU Voting Rights Case
$13.5 Million Transportation Victory
Let Me Vote
Love Will Win