Enduring data privacy relies in part on consumers thinking through their own online habits, as well as companies adopting a culture of respect for the identifiable data they collect. It also makes sense to have national rules that encourage continued innovation while protecting people in whatever state they call home.
The goal is to reelect Trump. Even if that means purging some Republican voters, too.
The trough feeders of transportation will always plead poverty. But if DOT offered $1.4 billion in one-time grant money, chances are there would be billions of dollars in “urgently needed” requests.
Despite scare stories, ballot initiative asks for annual funding increase of $87 million, not $640 million.
I find myself at odds with the activist wings of each party, which puts me in a sort of no man’s land in the middle. Call me a moderate.
There are so many positives about all levels of sports. They teach hard work, teamwork, competition and good sportsmanship. They create bonds with teammates that can last a lifetime.
The nonpartisan Wisconsin Policy Forum published a report that noted that the tax burden Wisconsinites face has hit the lowest level in at least fifty years.
Loopholes and exceptions in Wisconsin’s property tax law ensure tax bills always go up despite levy limits and other political fixes.
When politicians change the rules to avoid the people, then it is time to change the system. One smart and simple way to do that in Wisconsin is by implementing automatic voter registration.
The battle against addiction in our communities is one that we will fight for years to come.
Pocan is hoping that the House and the Senate will do more to restore a proper balance to decisions about war and peace.
The #MeToo movement is a very important one that is long overdue for far too many people who have suffered from sexual assault and sexual harassment. No reasonable person would dispute that those who have committed such acts must be held accountable. But what is also becoming increasingly concerning to many is the ease with which some activists seem to dismiss the due process rights of those accused of wrongdoing.
We live in what I call a ho-hum state. Our big businesses get most of what they want — more loopholes, lax regulation, income tax credits. As a result, we've fallen from the days we were once called a "shining star" among state governments to just another member of the pack.
English is not only the dominant language here in the United States, but it is used around the world. It doesn't need the protection of "official" status.
The bipartisan Kansas Medicaid expansion compromise offers Wisconsin a way forward.