The squealing tires you heard yesterday came from the campaign bus of Judge Rebecca Dallet as she swerved out of the far left lane to a more central position in her race against Judge Michael Screnock.Read More
A broad coalition of businesses and Marquette University have supported the East-West reconstruction. Governor Scott Walker has turned a deaf ear to their agenda, stating that major freeway work in Milwaukee is off the table “for the foreseeable future.”Read More
A bipartisan group of Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin legislators want to revisit the issue before adjournment next month. They want the Department of Transportation to reallocate $25 million from within its $6 billion budget.Read More
How many jobs have to be involved to justify making the Foxconn deal the official economic policy of Wisconsin? Do they need to be new jobs or current jobs? Governor Scott Walker this week put both questions in play.Read More
Yours truly was among those who believed the Foxconn deal moved Scott Walker from a slight to a solid re-election favorite. There have been multiple recent signs that internal Republican and Democratic polls show that to have been a bad call.Read More
Reporter Sean Ryan said Metro Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) and other business groups “are mobilizing behind” the effort of Reps. Joe Sanfelippo and Dale Kooyenga and Sen. Alberta Darling. Ryan quotes the MMAC’s Steve Baas as saying “We don’t take ‘no’ for an answer” when it comes to the project’s importance.Read More
With a huge lift from State Senator Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield), the legislature strengthened the special education program originally enacted in 2015.Read More
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Dr. Will Flanders, the Research Director for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, joins Editor James Wigderson on this week’s episode of RightWisconsin Conversations. Flanders discusses his work on school choice, including his recent work for school choice in Mississippi. He also explains some of his research about occupational licenses.
Finally, why did this nice guy from warm Georgia decide to come to wintry Wisconsin to do his research?
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