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Against common sense, math and morality Vos continues to lead a scorched-earth campaign against ACA Medicaid expansion.
The supposed audit has been ridiculed across the land as not only a sham but a colossal waste of money.
Freedom of speech is guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution. It should be revered on our college campuses. Sadly, that is where it is most at risk.
With a changing of the guard in key positions at the University of Wisconsin, there is shaking and baking going on in favor of a system-wide strategic plan.
Funding our schools and supporting other critical needs of the state can happen concurrently.
Are you not aware that on July 4, 1776 over 600,000 Black people were in shackles? You call that Independence Day, but it certainly did not apply to almost every Black person in this country.
The big fear is that accurate representations of racial history in this nation will lead to overturning a social order based on historic racism.
The work is hard, the pay poor. Biden’s American Jobs Plan could help.
Gov. Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation are reviving the Scott Walker-era proposal to add lanes to Interstate 94 in the city of Milwaukee.
Democrats are growing anxious over their stalled agenda. There’s actually a lot they can still accomplish.
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, weigh in on the GOP version of the biennial budget and debate how Gov. Tony Evers should react.
Republicans like Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan fighting pro-Donald Trump forces deserve emphatic support from the left. Given the stakes, ideological differences pale in comparison.
With an unprecedented $5.87 billion budget surplus expected by the end of the upcoming biennium, Legislative Republicans’ proposal for a $3.4 billion tax cut makes perfect sense … which is why Governor Evers will almost certainly veto it.
Numbers don’t lie, but they sure can bamboozle you -- particularly in an inflationary age.
While we now have a new federal holiday finally acknowledging our past, we’re also simultaneously dealing with nearly 400 new voter suppression laws in 48 states, a nationwide push to ban critical race theory from being taught in schools, punishment meted out to municipalities for attempting to cut police budgets and redirect those funds into our communities — the list goes on and on.
Now that Amtrak has an actual ally in the White House, its unveiling some ambitious plans to extend the reach of rail to more of America, building on the success it has had in the Northeast.
Timothy Donohue and Erik Iverson: Wisconsin energy innovation – Primed for public and private investment
On June 8, the Senate passed the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, a sweeping bill that would make significant investments in critical technology areas and increase the number of Americans who can participate in the benefits of scientific innovation. Attention now turns to the House, which will consider its own version of the bill.
Amy Domeyer-Klenske, Elizabeth Pyne and Dipesh Navsaria: Extending postpartum Medicaid coverage would save lives
Evidence tells us that the weeks following birth are a critical period for a mother and her infant, setting the stage for long-term health and well-being.
Turning plenty into scarcity
Abbi Debelack: Elmbrook School Board tables controversial equity non-negotiables that resemble critical race theory
Elmbrook parents speak up to earn major victory but wary critical race theory is already in the classroom.
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