The move comes as Assembly Republicans passed a watered-down redistricting reform bill and continue to talk of impeaching State Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz.
Once the writers’ strike is over, can someone help the GOP write a tax cut bill, a plan for affordable childcare, and an election strategy that doesn’t depend on nullifying results they don’t like?
Our tax dollars go a lot further when we invest in all 72 counties, not just one. The same can be said for tax cuts that benefit all income brackets, not just the highest ones.
Legislators will face harsh criticism for giving $0 to a childcare program, broadband expansion, more stable health insurance coverage, and family leave while cutting the UW budget to pay for millionaires’ big break.
Wisconsin's middle class is shrinking. While 61% of Americans were considered "middle class" in 1971, the latest data from 2021 shows that number is down to 50%.
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