Rep. Hutton Comments on Milwaukee Anti-Violence Town Hall

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...

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RightWisconsin Forum: 2017 Predictions

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...

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@WILL on Twitter

17 hours ago
WILL's @collinroth joins @centraltimewpr at 3:15 PM today to discuss WILL's new report urging reform of federal disability insurance.

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18 hours ago
. @WillFlandersWI writes on the controversy over schools with selective admissions. @MilwaukeeMPS school board members point the finger at #charter and #choice schools, but what about their own schools w/ selective admissions?

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WILL's @CJSzafir and @OConnorCori writes in @WiStateJournal that government is threatening to regulate #weddingbarns out of existence.

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22 hours ago
“I don’t think it’s fair to say that so-called liberal judges will always vote for what Democrats want or so-called conservative judges will always vote for what Republicans want,” said Rick Esenberg



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