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Wisconsin’s rich political history has been shaped not just by the two major parties of the moment, but by alternative parties that sometimes became major players in the progress of the state.
Vos made it clear he will blackmail Evers into signing a bill that would open the entire state to private school vouchers regardless of a family’s income or the size of a school’s enrollment.
State Rep. Mark Born, co-chair of the Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee, says Republicans will be checking Gov. Tony. Evers far left inclinations while delivering major tax relief and investments in critical initiatives in the next budget.
We rely heavily on the men and women who brave climate extremes and keep American rail moving every day of the year. While paid sick leave was missed in this contract, I do hope Congress reviews.
Susan Webb Yackee: There is a hunger in Wisconsin for thoughtful conversation about pressing policy issues
At the La Follette School, we embrace our mission to serve as a convener and to identify policy solutions by finding common ground.
witter’s former leadership did indeed take orders from Joe Biden’s campaign in taking extraordinary steps to bury The New York Post’s bombshell report on the international influence-peddling scheme that Biden ran with his son serving as a sort of bag man. That sort of collusion would have been scandalous enough, but the FBI’s involvement in suppressing the story makes this ugly incident the single most significant and wide-ranging violation of First Amendment rights in American history.
When it comes to immigrant labor in Wisconsin and much of the nation, there’s the world of political babble, and then there’s reality on the ground.
It is dawning on the GOP that it can’t ignore the liberal enclave.
Equity, whether in women’s pay or laws on marriage equality, is a relatively new thing. We have to fight for every win and leave everything on the field, to ensure that we keep moving the ball forward in the right for all to be equally valued and respected.
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, take an early look at the upcoming spring 2023 Supreme Court election. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
On this week’s episode of “Rewind,” WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss Wakesha County Judge Jennifer Dorow’s entry into the Supreme Court race, the special election for the 8th SD, former GOP guv candidate Tim Michels’ recent comments about his loss to Gov. Tony Evers and more.