Stroebel says the legislature was able to push school referendums to regularly scheduled election days, but the legislature needs to reform how shared school revenue from the state is affected by local referendums.Read More
After getting by without a transportation director for over 25 years, the City of Madison suddenly decided its need for one is so pressing, it’s willing to pay up to a $164,950 salary plus benefits for one.Read More
Sweeping changes to Wisconsin Bill of Rights would undo Act 10, eliminate voter residency requirements, and bring back the GAB
If there were ever any doubts over what designs the Democrat Party has for Wisconsin should it regain power, look no further than Rep. Chris Taylor’s (D-Madison) proposed amendments to the state constitution released Friday.Read More
Republican lawmakers were hardly shocked when a Dane County judge sided with former US Attorney General Eric Holder and ruled that the state had to hold special elections for two open seats before the general election in November. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said it’s exactly what he would expect from an activist judge in Dane County.Read More
Asking tough questions and incentivizing efficiency paid off – fast. Almost overnight, the DOT became a fount of innovation, as evidenced by $69.2 million in savings in just one year.Read More
Flaws within UW-Madison’s bias reporting system are creating an exaggerated picture of hate and bias, a MacIver Institute investigation has found.Read More
The Wisconsin Ethics Commission held a closed-door teleconference on Friday prepared to discuss the state Department of Justice’s bombshell report into leaked John Doe investigation documents.Read More
A St. Croix County family owned two lots, side-by-side, and wanted to sell one of them. The county, the state, and the US Supreme Court all told them no. Because the two adjoining lots had the same owner, they were legally the same property according to state law. State lawmakers are now working to change that law.Read More
The tragic reality of Milwaukee’s debt problem is there’s no need for it. Between its tax levy, intergovernmental aid, user fees, and other financing options, Milwaukee has more than enough “revenue” to operate.Read More
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