U.S. Supreme Court Should Workers Be Paid For Time Spent in Security Lines? Supreme Court Considers Case By Mitch Teich & Audrey Nowakowski • Oct 13, 2014 Karl Baron / Flickr Listen Listening... / 11:47 Professor of employment and labor law at Marquette University Law School, Paul Secunda, speaks with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich. The first week has been a busy one for the United States Supreme Court. What The Expansion Of Same-Sex Marriage Means Locally By Mitch Teich & Audrey Nowakowski • Oct 7, 2014 Tracy Apps, Flickr Listen Listening... / 14:13 Publisher and editor-in-chief of the Wisconsin Gazette Louis Weisberg speaks with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich. The Supreme Court yesterday declined to take up an appeal of a ruling overturning Wisconsin’s same-sex marriage ban, and that of four other states. Questions in Wisconsin After Supreme Court Strikes DOMA By LaToya Dennis • Jun 27, 2013 Win McNamee/Getty Images Listen Listening... / 2:35 When it comes to Supreme Court rulings, this has been a historic week. One day after the country’s highest court struck down parts of the Voting Rights Act, it leveled the Defense of Marriage Act. Wisconsin Democrats Criticize Supreme Court Decision on Voting Rights Act By Ann-Elise Henzl • Jun 25, 2013 Win McNamee/Getty Images While it does not appear Tuesday's ruling affects Wisconsin, politicians here are reacting to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.