UMLC engages in legal battles to ensure that every Minnesotan's right to fair and secure elections remains intact and aim to prevent any erosion of trust in our electoral processes. With the state under total left-wing control, the need to ensure election integrity has never been more urgent.
UMLC filed a petition for review with the Minnesota Supreme Court, seeking to challenge a decision rendered by the Court of Appeals in the case, Snell vs. Tim Walz.
As the calendar flipped to August 1st, Minnesota residents woke up to a slew of new laws that have left many questioning the direction their state is heading. These so-called "progressive" changes might have far-reaching consequences for personal freedoms and individual rights.
The Upper Midwest Law Center, on behalf of plaintiffs Minnesota Voters Alliance, Mary Amlaw, Ken Wendling, and Tim Kirk, filed a lawsuit challenging the recently passed voting law in Minnesota. The plaintiffs argue that the new statute exceeds the authority granted to the state legislature under the Minnesota State Constitution.
The Upper Midwest Law Center celebrates two significant victories in unemployment cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals (COA). The court ruled in favor of Mitchel Benish and Rachel Millington in Benish v. Berkley Risk Administrators Trust Company, LLC and Millington v. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, respectively, reversing the denial of unemployment benefits and recognizing their religious beliefs as valid grounds for declining to comply with their employers' COVID-19 vaccination policies.
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