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Senators seek Medicaid-like plan to cover holdout states

Written by kyle | 08/03/2021

Senators seek Medicaid-like plan to cover holdout states By Jeff Amy See article here. 

The Child Tax Credit will keep millions of children out of poverty

Written by kyle | 08/03/2021

Child Tax Credit will keep millions of children out of poverty By Areeba Haider and Galen Hendricks See article here. 

Milwaukee Bucks, business leaders join letter opposing voting bills moving through Wisconsin Legislature

Written by LOPPW | 06/22/2021

Milwaukee Bucks, business leaders oppose voting bills moving through Wisconsin Legislature

Vulture capitalists are preying on jobs in Janesville

Written by LOPPW | 06/22/2021

Vulture capitalists are preying on jobs in Janesville by John Nichols

Crave Brothers farm makes award-winning cheese, powered by a bio-energy system

Written by LOPPW | 04/13/2021

Renewable Energy: Crave farm powered by a bio-energy system “Crave Brothers farm makes award-winning cheese, powered by a bio-energy system Table Chat: George and Debbie Crave Kristine M. Kierzek Special to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel George and Debbie Crave met at a 4-H meeting back in the 1970s, and dairy farming has always been the […]

In 5-2 ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court keeps thousands of voters on the rolls

Written by LOPPW | 04/13/2021

Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision on Keeping Voters on Rolls “In 5-2 ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court keeps thousands of voters on the rolls Patrick Marley Milwaukee Journal Sentinel MADISON – The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that state election officials do not have to quickly take people off the voter rolls when they suspect they […]

Legislature’s budget committee to hold 3 in-person hearings, 1 virtual

Written by LOPPW | 03/11/2021

Legislature’s budget committee to hold 3 in-person hearings, 1 virtual

Governor Evers to Deliver his 2021-23 Budget Address

Written by LOPPW | 02/20/2021

Governor Evers to Deliver his 2021-23 Budget Address

Biden to slowly allow 25,000 people seeking asylum into US

Written by LOPPW | 02/13/2021

Biden to slowly allow 25,000 people seeking asylum into US By ELLIOT SPAGATtoday FILE – In this Aug. 30, 2019, file photo, migrants, many of whom were returned to Mexico under the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, wait in line to get a meal in an encampment near the Gateway International Bridge in Matamoros, […]

Assembly hits pause on vote to eliminate Tony Evers’ mask mandate

Written by LOPPW | 01/30/2021

Assembly hits pause on vote to eliminate Tony Evers’ mask mandate Mitchell Schmidt | Wisconsin State Journal Jan 29, 2021 If the governor’s emergency order is repealed, Wisconsin could lose more than $49.3 million in FoodShare benefits, according to a memo from the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau first reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The memo, […]