Instead of subsidizing the installation of old technology, legislators should propose a program that provides a $500 tax credit to rural households who adopt wireless high-speed broadband technology, such as Starlink.
The rest of the state media should ask themselves if they really believe in the freedom of the press.
Eliminating out-of-pocket costs for diagnostic tests and essential screenings beyond mammograms will allow women in Wisconsin, no matter their economic situation, to get the lifesaving care they need and deserve.
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, consider whether U.S. Rep. Ron Kind might run for U.S. Senate and the chance U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson will seek a third term.
The Responsible Stimulus Plan reflects the legislature’s priorities to invest in people, improve infrastructure and boost our economy as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
If someone becomes aware of the history of mistreatment and understands the current levels of differential treatment, it creates a huge challenge to turn things around.
Let me tell you why I changed my mind on this.
Wisconsin is still being held back by leaders playing politics with people’s health care.
I’m asking Gov. Evers to use the federal money — our tax dollars — to connect our state and bring equal opportunity to rural Wisconsin.
As we prepare to get back to normalcy, leaders like U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson need to work to provide strong liability protections to ensure our economy can get back on track.
Milwaukee has tens of thousands of lead pipes and there’s been no end in sight to the crisis. Until now.
As of today, the Democrats can count on 634 more days in power. In all likelihood they will lose their majority in at least one house of Congress, and probably both, on January 3, 2023. After that, nothing meaningful will pass for the next two years.
All across southeastern Wisconsin, conservatives won back seats in which liberalism had crept, and it was in large part because of motivated organization.
Republicans disparage entitlements, but then authorize dozens of sum sufficient appropriations for them when they craft the state budget.
Bipartisan reforms, not investigations, can restore faith in Wisconsin’s elections