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One Wisconsin Now Press Conference on Scott Walker Travel Expenses

News Conference: One Wisconsin Now Reveals Results of Gov. Walker Investigation

This morning One Wisconsin Now held a press conference in Madison to discuss the travel expenses to send Scott Walker via private state plane. 

Peering in the Schoolroom Window

Kathleen Vinehout

“Welcome back to school,” the newsletter proclaimed. The Superintendent welcomed all with a cheery letter describing the amazing team at the school.

As students walk toward the school doors, they see from the outside that everything looks great. My local school district is proud of the new asphalt on the parking lot.

Evers Campaign: CNN Adds Wisconsin to List of Governor Seats Most Likely to Flip in November

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 17, 2018

Contact: (608) 501-2762

BREAKING: CNN Adds Wisconsin to List of Governor Seats Most Likely to Flip in November

Clean Wisconsin: Files lawsuit challenging U.S. EPA’s failure to reduce unhealthy smog

Air Pollution Attainment Areas

Contact: Katie Nekola, Clean Wisconsin, 608-251-7020 ext. 14 (office) or

MADISON, WI —Today, Clean Wisconsin sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the federal Circuit Court in Washington, D.C. to challenge a Trump Administration decision that fails to reduce unhealthy ozone smog in Wisconsin and other parts of the country.

USDA Invests $97 million in Rural Broadband - including the Chippewa Valley

Note - some of this money is being given to the Chibardun Phone Coop, so is of local importance.

USDA Invests $97 Million in Rural Broadband Infrastructure to Improve Service for 22,000 Subscribers in 11 StatesUSDA Office of Communications sent this bulletin at 08/01/2018 11:00 AM EDT

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Release No. 0159.18

Contact:Jay Fletcher (202) 690-0498Weldon Freeman (202) 690-1384

Fix State-Local Mental Health Partnerships

Kathleen Vinehout

“Let me tell you a story,” the county supervisor said.

A man I’ll call Frank was picked up for drunk driving. Frank faced a felony charge. Frank was sent by our local judge to a county-based program funded with a grant. Over the years, the county supervisor helped the county get funding from the Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) program.

What A National Decline In Refugee Resettlement Looks Like For Wisconsin

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Over the first sixth months of 2018, 221 refugees were resettled in Wisconsin. During the same period in 2017, that number was 443. In 2016, it was 778.

Federal and State Decisions affect Health Insurance Premiums for Wisconsinites

Recent news on the health front should give Wisconsinites pause when considering the direction our state is headed related to affordable health coverage.

Which Wisconsin Exports Are Canada's Tariffs Hitting The Hardest?

"Let's keep a good thing growing!" declares a 2017 fact sheet in which the Canadian government's agriculture agency touts the nation's trade relationship with Wisconsin.

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