TUE PM Update: Supreme Court hears arguments on purging more than 100,000 from voter rolls

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-- Two of the three justices from the state Supreme Court's liberal wing today asked pointed questions about a complaint brought by a conservative law firm asking for more than 100,000 voters to be removed from the state's rolls.
The remaining five members of the high court -- four conservatives and one liberal -- peppered attorneys during today's oral arguments with questions about the extent of the state Elections Commission's powers and whether commissioners were correctly held in contempt by an Ozaukee County judge.

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