Wisconsin law prohibits “abbreviations or titles” on nomination papers, but Elections Commission staff erroneously told the candidate her papers were legal.
Contrasting decisions from two of the state’s largest school districts embody a debate that has consumed the country for months.
“This is truly indoctrination,” says a local activist against racism in Burlington schools.
The field will be narrowed to two in Feb. 16 primary, with the winner decided in the April 6 election.
Already-stretched budgets are breaking from new expenses, and now Republicans may rub salt in the wounds.
They want legislators focused on safety, connectivity, and support instead of forcing potential harmful in-person classes.
Four seniors at Ashwaubenon High School invented a simple, affordable, and non-invasive ventilator, earning third place at recent competition.
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