PPP Action in the News
Organizing for state courts that work for working people starts with understanding what’s happening in those courts.
“Despite Kelly’s insistence that he leaves his personal opinions at the door when judging cases, a report from People’s Parity Project Action, an advocacy group aimed at making the justice system more fair for workers and consumers, Kelly’s previous four-year tenure on the court resulted in decisions that largely aligned with the pro-business interests that supported him.”
The Progressive Magazine
“But in recent years, the idea of an independent, impartial supreme court in Wisconsin has become a joke. Kelly helped make it that way. According to a report from the advocacy group People’s Parity Project Action, Kelly repeatedly decided in favor of businesses, including those of his own donors, while he was on the bench. That made the court significantly more hospitable to companies charged with doing harm to workers or consumers.”