With all the attention focused on the Most Expensive State Supreme Court Race in U.S. History, Wisconsin voters have not had much of a chance to absorb the ballot measures — including two that would amend the state constitution — they are expected to ratify or reject in the April 4 election.
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Protesters Object to Coyote Hunts after Dog Injury
Wauwatosa residents have been increasingly speaking out against the killing of coyotes in the Milwaukee-area suburb.
With Medicaid Renewal About to Start, State Urges Patients to Update Contact Info
Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare participants will start hearing this month from the state health department about when they will need to renew their enrollment in the health insurance program.
Assembly Lawmakers Pass School Crime Bills, Uphold Conversion Therapy
The Wisconsin Assembly passed two school crime bills and retained a rule change that restores the discredited practice of using conversion therapy to try to change LGBTQ people’s sexual orientation or gender identity during a Tuesday floor session.
Company Tests a $5K Subsidy to Help Employees Pay for Child Care
When the COVID-19 pandemic made filling job openings even tougher than it had been for years, Tina Kowalczyk decided to see what Schreiber Foods could do to help employees with child care.
WI Eyes Deicer Training to Curb Salt Pollution
Spring is almost here, but Wisconsin can’t rule out the occasional snowstorm over the next few weeks, potentially resulting in more ice-melting products being used.
Leading American Medical Journal Continues to Omit Black Research, Reinforcing a Legacy of Racism in Medical Knowledge
The leading U.S. medical journal, read regularly by doctors of all specialties, systematically ignores an equally reputable and rigorous body of medical research that focuses on Black Americans’ health.
State of the Tribes Address Covers Gaming Rights, Line 5 and Removing Offensive Mascots
The annual State of the Tribes address was held in the Capitol Tuesday, a two-decades-long tradition that provides Wisconsin’s indigenous communities with a special platform in the Legislature.
Corporate Profits Outweigh Health, Culture and Livelihood | Opinion
Corporate money has always corrupted the political process in order to create laws and trade agreements that protect corporate profits at the expense of not just American citizens, but citizens of the world.
US Adds Over 300,000 Jobs in February
The organization found that the national unemployment rate rose from 3.4 percent in January to 3.6 percent in February.