Wisconsin Appeals Court Puts Purge on Hold

Journal Sentinel:

An appeals court ordered the state to keep more than 200,000 people on its voter rolls Tuesday, a day after an Ozaukee County judge found election officials in contempt of court for not following his December decision to suspend voter registrations. 

In a separate order, one of the judges on the appeals court blocked the contempt finding, relieving the commission and three of its members of $800 a day in fines.

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