Founder of the Moral Mondays movement assails “racialized poverty”, calls for voting turnout.
PCT provides an easy-to-use interface to follow the money in Milwaukee politics.
New report says Mitchell Park greenhouses could grow valuable hemp clones.
First time state will celebrate counter-holiday to Columbus Day; Native Americans plan celebrations.
Governor has veto power over UW Regents’ rules; proposal would punish students who disrupt free speech.
Capitol insiders wonder who will be senate majority leader if Fitzgerald wins race for Congress.
Delays by state in testing fields means some growers lose valuable crops.
Bills could help close the achievement gap, says State Sen. Luther Olsen
UW System students would face suspensions or expulsions for violations, if rules approved
Republicans pass controversial rule changes, and accommodation for quadriplegic lawmaker, on party line votes.
He lost to Sensenbrenner with 38% of the vote in 2018, better than previous Dems had done
Increase legal immigration as the reliable workforce dwindles.
Ad says Trump's call with Ukranian President Zelensky a "mandatory open and shut case for the impeachment."
Hintz calls Republican proposal a "power grab" and says Vos is "drunk with power."
Milwaukee representative says Fields is effective, best for the city
"The support of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin is a tremendous addition to the diverse support we have received in my campaign for Alderwoman."
“I am grateful to State Representatives Bowen and Zamarripa, and the other elected officials who have endorsed my campaign thus far.”
“Rebecca is the right choice for Milwaukee County,” said Justice Butler.
"The support of State Representative Brostoff adds to the growing momentum in our campaign."
Report finds Minnesota has 5 times more wind power, 16 times more solar than Wisconsin.
And reduce Medicaid. Working with Koch groups, they push Trump to slash safety net.
Er, make that coffee hauses. Run by robots. And made to order in “Wisconn Valley.”
Federally-required agricultural promotion organizations may not benefit small dairy farms
As the global economy changed, so did traditional Republican and Democratic constituencies.
Walker administration used flimsy interpretations of jobs reports to put a positive spin on the state's economy.
Drop in homeownership among African-Americans and Hispanics underlines an affordable housing crisis since the Great Recession.
Short fall legislative session doesn't leave a lot of room for action on major issues.
Poll results, panelist reactions will be released at conference, Oct. 21
The Milwaukee Collaborative Community Committee was formed by Council President Hamilton and Council members when the effort to reform the Milwaukee Police Department was cancelled by federal officials.
“Pollution and stench arise, vulnerable workers are exposed to brutality which can lead to post traumatic stress disorder, violence increases in the surrounding areas and impacts property values.”
The Council will discuss organizational issues such as its objectives and the process for filling public seats.
Republicans Pair Disability Accommodations with Yet Another Power Grab
"It’s unfortunate that the City Attorney has been ineffective in his representation of the city, escalating the fight with the plaintiff rather than bringing the matter to a close."
Statement of Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II October 11, 2019
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