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02
Aug
2016

school-bus-kidsHistoric reductions in state aid to schools and Madison imposed revenue limits have left cash strapped local schools with no alternative but referenda to fund operations.

Written by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District   
 
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02
Aug
2016

dairyfarmAfter Scott Walker's office alerts farm lobby, business group pressures DNR to roll back rules on industry manure-spreading blamed for widespread drinking water contamination in Kewaunee County.

Written by GBP Staff   
 
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31
Jul
2016

voter-idMany of the voter suppression laws signed and defended by Gov. Scott Walker were unconstitutional, as they purposefully make it harder for people to vote. Decisions help in-person absentee voters, return residency requirements from 28 to 10 days, and lift restrictions on student IDs. Individuals waiting for a photo ID will be given credentials to vote.

Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Brandon Weathersby   
 
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29
Jul
2016

populismMany mainstream Democrats can’t seem to fathom how people could possibly fall for a billionaire reality TV star. But many feel they’ve been left behind and the outcome of this fall’s election may hinge on who best understands and responds to the causes of their anger.


ALTOONA, WI - What happens when history and the here and now collide?

We’re about to find out.

There were two competing storylines at this week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Democrats made history by becoming the first major party to nominate a woman for president. Then there were the tens of thousands of emails made public by Wikileaks showing how the Democratic establishment played favorites in the race for the nomination and went to great lengths to sabotage Bernie Sanders’ campaign.

In the euphoria of finally achieving the long-awaited and historic selection of a woman to be the party’s candidate for the nation’s highest office, Democrats looked past the fact that their nominee not only is a female but also someone who personifies the political establishment at a time of intense anti-establishment feelings among voters and one who is running as a centrist at a time when there is no center in American politics.

Written by Mike McCabe, Blue Jean Nation   
 
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