Rep. Mike Gallagher questioned both the national emergency declaration by the president and the budget compromise which passed with little deliberation.
In fact, some argue New Urbanism enhances conservative values.
Casey Hoff: Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn’s positions on legal precedent fair game
Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge Brian Hagedorn is running for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Therefore, it is important to know what he believes about liberty interests, particularly on constitutional issues, whether they are federal or state constitutional matters.
While Walker uses Twitter to showcase his travels and burgers runs, the decay he left behind hurts state residents, public budgets and the people's natural resources.
The loophole has been a major thorn in the side of Wisconsin local governments that are trying to balance their own budgets.
With calls for recreational marijuana in neighboring states, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, take up Gov. Tony Evers' planned budget proposal to legalize medical marijuana. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
Like Brexit, the changes at UW-Stevens Point, I am sure, seemed a good idea at the time.
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But their proposed tax cut is unfunded and doesn’t address state’s tax inequity.
We Energies wants to pollute Lake Michigan, adding to toxic mercury levels harmful to babies.
State Rep. David Murphy, a Republican from the Fox River Valley community of Greenville, fashions himself as the free speech expert for the University of Wisconsin campuses.
When they realized the Democrats had defeated the GOP’s aging golden boy Scott Walker and swept all statewide offices, the Republicans took advantage of their gerrymander control of the legislature to stick it to the new governor while the agreeable old governor was still in office. They called an unsubtle lame duck session limiting Evers power and that of the new attorney general, Josh Kaul.
If high-speed rail can't make it in population dense California, what made anyone think it could work in Wisconsin?
Evers can act from the high ground. He can simply state that it should not be the mission of our guard to curtail or intimidate the vulnerable who seek a harbor from danger.
Is Evers sincere about cutting taxes or is he really just interested in sticking it to the state's manufacturers?