State lawmakers warn the Milwaukee Common Council’s decision to strong arm downtown developers into community benefits agreements won’t end well.Read More
The city of Milwaukee’s Mayor and Common Council have spoken. Businesses better voluntarily sign one of these agreements – that is if they don’t won’t any trouble.Read More
For Wisconsin liberals, expanding Medicaid eligibility to people living above the poverty line is the decisive issue in the next state budget.Read More
“This state, in some ways, is ground zero for gerrymandering,” Holder claimed. “Democrats win more votes for the Assembly than Republicans do, and yet have far fewer numbers of Democratic Assembly people in the state legislature.”Read More
Encouraged by Gov. Tony Evers’ victory in November, out-of-state liberal groups now have their eyes set on Wisconsin’s state Supreme Court race – and they have no intention of stopping there.Read More
Journalists have reported a disconcerting level of secrecy and pettiness that the Evers administration has demonstrated in its response to open records requests.Read More
Evers can only claim he is adding $294.1 million to local and state road improvements, while increasing taxes and fees by $600 million.Read More
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"Of the racism I have experienced since I moved to Wisconsin over 25 years ago, the worst has come from white people on the political left who presume to tell me how bothered I should be about racism in Wisconsin."
Many U.S. leaders agree-families should choose what education option best fits their children's needs. Can't wait for the NBF, Hispanics for School Choice, @SchoolChoiceWI, @WILawLiberty, @SchoolChoiceNow & @AFPWI Capitol Rally in honor of School Choice!