It looks like we’ll be waiting a little longer for clarification on Wisconsin campaign finance law.
U.S. District Judge Charles Clevert ruled on Friday that he wanted to first wait for the Wisconsin Supreme Court to rule in a similar case brought by tea party groups and other conservatives. A third similar case was also filed in federal court in Madison by two partisan advocacy groups.
UPDATE: More here.
WRTL claimed in its suit that GAB 1.28 violates its First and Fourteenth Amendment rights. A similar suit filed by Wisconsin Prosperity Network, a non-profit corporate advocate for deregulation, is pending before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.