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Wisconsin’s Concealed Carry Law: What it Means for Wisconsin Municipalities

In this issue

  • Wisconsin’s Concealed Carry Law: What it Means for Wisconsin Municipalities
  • Wisconsin’s Concealed Carry Law: What it Means for Wisconsin Municipalities

  • City Not Liable for Failing to Discover Improper Private Plumbing During Inspection

  • Police Statutory Due Process Procedures Do Not Apply to FMLA Leave

  • Trees and Ancient Fences Sufficient to Rebut Presumption of 4-Rod Wide Highway

  • Municipal Boards Act Separately When "Acting Together" on Town Line Roads

  • Damages for Breach of a Development Agreement Cannot Be Designated as a Tax; City's Interest in Project Subordinate to Banks

  • DNR Loses Land by Adverse Possession

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