Steve Spingola

The Story Behind the Story of Milwaukee’s Interim Police Chief

The real news here is the interim chief, if he performs reasonably well, will likely become the permanent chief of police for two reasons: the FPC and community residents want a person to lead the police department that knows Milwaukee. The second reason is routinely ignored by mainstream media outlets — the City of Milwaukee’s precarious financial situation.

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That's a wrap from the Wisconsin Supreme Court in Voters With Facts v. City of Eau Claire.

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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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