FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2017 Contact: Tom Evenson, (608) 266-2839 Media Advisory: Governor Walker to Participate in Menomonee Falls Independence Day Parade on Monday Governor Scott Walker will participate in the Menomonee Falls Independence Day Parade on Mondayevening. WHAT: Menomonee Falls Independence Day Parade WHEN: Monday, July 3, 2017 Event Start: 7:00 p.m. WHERE: Menomonee Falls Parade Staging Area Unit 24 Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 NOTE: Credentialed members of the media are invited to attend. ### Office of Governor Scott Walker Press Office: (608) 266-2839 115 East Capitol • Madison, WI 53702 Email: email@example.com...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2017 Contact: Tom Evenson, (608) 266-2839 Media Advisory: Governor Walker to Participate in Wauwatosa Independence Day Parade on Tuesday Governor Scott Walker will participate in the Wauwatosa Independence Day Parade on Tuesday morning. WHAT: Wauwatosa Independence Day Parade WHEN: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Event Start: 8:30 a.m. WHERE: Wauwatosa City Hall Parking Lot 7725 West North Avenue Wauwatosa, WI 53213 NOTE: Credentialed members of the media are invited to attend. ### Office of Governor Scott Walker Press Office: (608) 266-2839 115 East Capitol • Madison, WI 53702 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Information: June 30, 2017 Senator Steve Nass Senator David Craig Senator Frank Lasee Senator Chris Kapenga (608) 266-9174 Senator Duey Stroebel (608) 266-7513 Senators Stand in Opposition to New Trucking Taxes Now is not the time to raise taxes on Wisconsinites (608) 266-2635 (608) 266-5400 (608) 266-3512 Madison – Wisconsin State Senators reiterated their continued opposition to raising taxes for the WisDOT. The senators released the following statement: As the budget debate lingers, it remains clear that some in the legislature are seeking to increase WisDOT taxes in any way possible. The recent audit of...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 29, 2017 Contact: Representative Rob Hutton (608) 267-9837 MADISON – There are certain meetings and events that deserve strong attendance from the community. Roughly 300 community residents attended Monday’s ‘Anti-Violence Town Hall’ held at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society. As I understood it, the event was an opportunity for the community to hear Milwaukee’s initiative on addressing the crime problem, the plan and timeline to implement it, and the accountability to ensure it happens. Milwaukee is truly a tale of two cities. On one hand, we have development in downtown happening at a pace we...Read More
Periodically, we ask our contributors to weigh in on an issue. This week we asked them: Gaze into your crystal balls. What are your top predictions for 2017? The responses. Rick Esenberg – Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty In my advancing age one of the things I’ve learned is that the world may be rational, but I’ve no idea what’s coming next. In the age of “President-elect Trump,” predictions may be a fool’s game. But here I go. President Trump will bring us loud irrelevancies but Paul Ryan will bring quiet change. Trump will busy himself with things involving trade and...Read More
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. @WillFlandersWI joins @VickiMcKenna at 2:35 PM today on @newstalk1130 to discuss the results of the new report card.
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Research Director @WillFlandersWI took a quick dive into the new DPI state report card data for #Milwaukee schools.
"Any calls to “phase out” or arrest education reform efforts would be a major step backwards for thousands of Milwaukee families"