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Rick Smith Discusses The End of the Strike, A 32 Hour Workweek, and The Future of Labor on “The Devil’s Advocates Radio”
Rep. Derrick Van Orden of western Wisconsin did not vote, as he was in Israel on a fact-finding trip.
PayPal Charitable Giving Fund funneled anonymous donations to Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance as well as other anti-vaccine and hate groups.
The public hearing saw a bevy on conspiracy theories surrounding the running and outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
The funding will be focused on smaller and underserved communities around the state to treat PFAS contamination and replace lead service lines.
For anyone running for a municipal or county office or school board, the first date to begin circulating paperwork for nomination is Dec. 1.
Over 900 public and private universities are ranked, with UW finishing 8th in the country.
Constitutional amendment that would end corporate personhood, minimize money in politics faces steep climb in Wisconsin, nationally
The proposed amendment would specify that the rights laid out in the U.S. Constitution are for individual human beings and not for groups of people.
The opening-weekend harvest was 92,050 deer, down from 103,623 last year.
Sage Weil, the CEO and owner of Civic Media, joined host Todd Allbaugh in a live studio interview to discuss the future of media and democracy.