Jan 31st, 2014 by Ald. Michael Murphy
Statement of Alderman Michael J. Murphy January 31, 2014
Jan 31st, 2014 by Willie Hines
Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr., who has served as Milwaukee’s 15th District Alderman since 1996 and Council president since 2004, announced today that he is resigning his seat on the Council effective tomorrow, February 1, 2014.
Jan 30th, 2014 by Sup. Deanna Alexander
Milwaukee County’s Committee on Finance, Personnel and Audit has pushed through ordinance changes that will set a minimum ‘living wage’ of $11.33 per hour for the employees of county contractors.
Jan 30th, 2014 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Proposal would help limit unsafe driving behavior, save lives
Supervisor Steve F. Taylor Condemns Passage of Living Wage Ordinance by Finance, Personnel and Audit CommitteeJan 30th, 2014 by Sup. Steve F. Taylor
Milwaukee County Board Supervisor Steve F. Taylor today condemned a vote by the County Board’s Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee to approve a “living wage” ordinance.
Jan 30th, 2014 by State Rep. David Bowen
Milwaukee County Supervisor David F. Bowen today praised the County Board’s Finance, Personnel and Audit Committee for voting to approve a “living wage” of 100 percent of the poverty line.
Jan 30th, 2014 by Dan Adams
Strong early fundraising and enthusiasm for campaign
Statement of Milwaukee County Supervisor David F. Bowen on the County Executive’s Opposition to a “Living Wage” OrdinanceJan 29th, 2014 by State Rep. David Bowen
I’m disappointed that the County Executive has resorted to spreading misinformation regarding my proposal to replace poverty wages in Milwaukee County with a Living Wage ordinance.
Jan 29th, 2014 by State Rep. Peter Barca
People who work for Wisconsin deserve fair wage to help provide for their families
Jan 28th, 2014 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
An important court decision late last week calls into question the constitutionality of additional burdens placed on health care enrollment navigators by the Walker Administration.
Supervisor Khalif Rainey Expresses Outrage Over bill To Allow MPD To Conduct Its Own Investigations When Prisoners Die in Their CustodyJan 27th, 2014 by Ald. Khalif Rainey
Rainey said it was “outrageous” that under the bill other police departments would be investigated by the state Department of Justice or an agency outside the county in case of prisoner deaths.
First Marquette Law School Poll of 2014 examines Wisconsin governor’s race, direction of the state and jobs outlookJan 27th, 2014 by Press Release
The first Marquette Law School Poll of the 2014 election year finds Gov. Scott Walker leading Democratic candidate Mary Burke, 47 to 41 percent.