Brown County Circuit Court Judge Kendall Kelley gave the appearance of a new hire looking for an employee’s manual in his first hearing as a newly-appointed John Doe Judge Thursday.Read More
Wisconsin pro-life groups are frustrated with state Senate leadership inaction on a set of bills that aims to ensure fetal tissue research without relying on a market of abortion body parts.Read More
Republican State Representative John Macco is among the officials defending the tax. Macco issued a news release Monday saying he “supports Brown County Leadership.”Read More
In 2011 alone, after the complaint was filed, the DRW and ACLU contacted attorneys at the US DOJ over 30 separate times. They discussed coordinating media strategy, legal strategy, and finding new accusations of alleged discrimination.Read More
The Baldwin campaign appears to have received excessive contributions totaling $179, 701.99.Read More
Democrats in the Wisconsin Assembly will soon face a moment of reckoning: do they reject violence as political discourse from anyone who perpetrates it?Read More
As the debate is expected to heat up over lifting Wisconsin’s moratorium on sulfide mining, Florence County Director of Economic Development Wendy Gehlhoff spoke with Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader.Read More
Tiffany told Media Trackers Thursday that restarting the mining industry in Wisconsin would have an immeasurable impact on the economy.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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