Proposed bill would make process more representative, more transparent.
PCT provides an easy-to-use interface to follow the money in Milwaukee politics.
Retiring congressman reflects on long career and why he’s retiring now.
President says group had nothing to do with bill that would give it $500,000 from the state.
Attorney General says estimated $12 billion settlement with 23 states doesn’t go far enough.
Long-term school funding, teacher experience, student test scores are all down.
Common Council president will run for reelection to his council seat.
Which is why the North Carolina plan was overruled. Wisconsin’s is very similar.
Unlike Lincoln Hllls, proposed center emphasizes treatment and programming, not punishment.
State among few with birth cost recovery program. Senate bill expands program.
His support solid in black community. But 2020 could be different.
Staskunas says county should consider other options, doubts 44-story tower will happen.
Yes, if the campaign is run on bread-and-butter issues that appeal to rural voters.
$550,000 loan program for any resident, regardless of income, to replace lead laterals.
“I am so honored to have earned the support of these great leaders.”
“I am honored to have the support of Women Lead and to be among the amazing women they have rallied behind.”
“Jill has the depth of experience and commitment to our values that we look for in a candidate.”
"I am committed to protecting Wisconsin’s waters and ensuring every Wisconsinite has access to clean drinking water."
"It’s truly an honor to have the support of District Attorney John Chisholm."
Er, make that coffee hauses. Run by robots. And made to order in “Wisconn Valley.”
What exactly does Choose Life Wisconsin do with the money it gets?
Ever-shrinking project loses second key executive this year.
Minnesota doing worse? MacIver cherry picks data to make this claim.
Powerful new data has been done. But some research was shut down.
Both parties take credit for K-12 schools funding hike. But can it be sustained?
With 1,531 workers in Milwaukee County. But it faces challenges, may need state help.
How many state residents have guns? How many favor background checks, other laws?
"There is a growing consensus that past efforts supposedly aimed at reducing violent crime in this country were really about the continued repression and subjugation of black and brown bodies."
Defended Top Legislative Republicans Over Allegations They Sought to Discourage Release of Public Documents
Governor congratulates Chiba Prefecture on Hosting 2020 Olympics
Taylor's resolution also expresses support for efforts to reduce felony disenfranchisement, and for the reform of practices that disproportionately impact communities of color in Wisconsin.
More Fallout From Wisconsin Republicans’ Post 2018 Election Loss Tantrum as Billions At Stake in Opioid Lawsuits
Media alert and letter from Alderman Bob Donovan
Mystery illness has sickened hundreds of Americans, including more than 30 Wisconsinites
News release from Alderman Khalif J. Rainey
Event Features UW Alumni in Japan
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