Katsma not seeking reelection

Katsma, who turned 66 on Tuesday, worked 34 years at a community bank before his election to the Assembly in 2014. He was a prominent voice in the GOP push to cut taxes while serving on the Joint Finance Committee, where he served as vice-chair this session.

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Rep. Katsma: Announces he will not seek reelection 

Madison, WI—Today, Representative Terry Katsma (R-Oostburg) announced his decision to not seek reelection for a 6th term in the Wisconsin State Assembly.  His departure signifies the conclusion of a distinguished period of public service to the State of Wisconsin.  “It

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John Torinus: Wisconsin Republicans soft on Putin

Mike Gallagher left Congress Saturday as a traditional Republican after his pivotal vote to support Ukraine against Vladimir Putin. He was a hawk during his eight years in Washington, in contrast to the rest of the Wisconsin GOP delegation that has gone soft on Putin.

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Dave Cieslewicz: The spring of reason

The hard-right Freedom Caucus may have finally been put in its place and SCOTUS might reject an extreme state anti-abortion law while unrealistic hard-left ideas about how to fight crime are being ended in places that once embraced them, DEI may be improved through a needed pushback, and even the very heart of hard-left media may be undergoing a change back toward fairness. It’s springtime for moderation.

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Katsma not seeking reelection

Katsma, who turned 66 on Tuesday, worked 34 years at a community bank before his election to the Assembly in 2014. He was a prominent voice in the GOP push to cut taxes while serving on the Joint Finance Committee, where he served as vice-chair this session.

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Rep. Katsma: Announces he will not seek reelection 

Madison, WI—Today, Representative Terry Katsma (R-Oostburg) announced his decision to not seek reelection for a 6th term in the Wisconsin State Assembly.  His departure signifies the conclusion of a distinguished period of public service to the State of Wisconsin.  “It has been an honor to represent the 26th Assembly District

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FRI News Summary: AG Kaul argues drop boxes legal in Wisconsin

TOP STORIES Ballot drop boxes aren’t actually banned, state’s top cop argues … July 2023 lawsuit, filed by the group Priorities USA, a national nonprofit that supports Democrats, challenges the ruling from two years ago and urges the now liberal-leaning high court to reinstate the legal use of the boxes.

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John Torinus: Wisconsin Republicans soft on Putin

Mike Gallagher left Congress Saturday as a traditional Republican after his pivotal vote to support Ukraine against Vladimir Putin. He was a hawk during his eight years in Washington, in contrast to the rest of the Wisconsin GOP delegation that has gone soft on Putin.

Read More »

Dave Cieslewicz: The spring of reason

The hard-right Freedom Caucus may have finally been put in its place and SCOTUS might reject an extreme state anti-abortion law while unrealistic hard-left ideas about how to fight crime are being ended in places that once embraced them, DEI may be improved through a needed pushback, and even the very heart of hard-left media may be undergoing a change back toward fairness. It’s springtime for moderation.

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