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
Wisconsin lawmakers might not like the idea of borrowing to pay for road projects, but an overwhelming amount of research and experience, not to mention current state policy, shows bonding to be an effective and essential component in transportation funding.Read More
Republican Lawmakers are pushing a new reform package in hopes of more efficient and responsible highway project management at the DOT.Read More
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A conservative law firm alleges that the Wisconsin Elections Commission broke the law when it decided to wait up to two years to make ineligible those voters identified as potentially having moved.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty @WILawLiberty filed a complaint today