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State’s Chief Medical Officer on COVID at 2: Worst Case Scenario, but Safeguards Prevented Many More Deaths
Dr. Ryan Westergaard reflects on how pandemic politics by some got in the way of saving lives.
Almost 15 bills passed that would make it harder to vote absentee, criminalize common voting practices, and derail federal election guidance.
But the home of one lawmaker who doesn’t live in his district will still be located outside his boundaries.
“Big Lie” accusations would have to overcome 1,800 municipal clerks and many more local volunteers.
From the Bucks president to the Palermo’s CEO, a diverse range of business leaders pleads for action from Evers and legislators.
Republican majority wraps up its intended business: Lots of bills destined for vetoes and lots of other ideas ignored.
Already a failure in Kansas, the idea would remove a huge chunk—last year, 46%—of what the state uses for schools, roads, medical assistance, and vital services.
Putin’s attack draws bipartisan rebuke from Wisconsin’s elected officials as Russian forces kill Ukrainian soldiers and civilians.
Jackson Matthew Sawall was one of three men who planned to plunge regions into chaos and cause a race war by attacking power stations, according to federal prosecutors.