Chris Rochester

@WILL on Twitter

5 hours ago
Mario Loyola, formerly of WILL, writes in the @WSJopinion: "Any executive order can be withdrawn by a future president, but there’s a bipartisan wisdom to reining in executive abuses... Mr. Trump’s executive orders should serve as a foundation."
2 days ago
"Our primary concern and the main reason for filing this complaint is to get the Wisconsin Elections Commission to do what the law says," @ltvebber said.
2 days ago
“What (James) Madison said is that the branches should jealously safeguard their power,” @RickEsenberg said. “This is what the Legislature was attempting to do.”
4 days ago
"Madison’s public schools consistently fail their low-income and minority students when it comes to academic achievement, economic opportunity and safety."


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