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Andy Gronik Withdraws From Wisconsin Gubernatorial Race

June 21, 2018 Contact: Brandon Weathersby, 414-364-6729,  

Andy Gronik Withdraws From Wisconsin Gubernatorial Race Milwaukee entrepreneur Andy Gronik steps aside to help focus resources and momentum on a democratic candidate that will beat Governor Scott Walker

Penalizing People for Being Poor: Court Case Challenges Policy

Kathleen Vinehout

Do new strict requirements for Medicaid adopted by states violate the law? A federal court is set to decide after recent arguments presented by policy experts who said the requirements do violate law.

Wisconsinites Call on State to Pass Fair Maps Legislation

For Immediate Release--June 18, 2018

Press Contacts:

Marla Stephens, Citizen Action of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Organizing Co-op, (414) 469-0116, 

The Way Wisconsin Funds Schools Must Change

The way Wisconsin pays for schools is unfair, inequitable and antiquated.

Over the past few months, I heard parents, community members, business leaders, teachers, students, and school officials speak about the flawed school funding formula. I serve on the Blue Ribbon Commission on School Funding Reform.

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law’s Statement: SCOTUS Decision on Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute

WASHINGTON, DC – Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (Lawyers’ Committee), issued the following statement Monday regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling in Husted v. A.

WISCONSIN’S CHOICE VOTERS NARROW FIELD TO FOUR CANDIDATES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 11, 2018

CONTACT: Maria Langholz (715) 209-6463

WISCONSIN’S CHOICE VOTERS NARROW FIELD TO FOUR CANDIDATES

People-led campaign elevates four candidates eligible for Wisconsin’s Choice endorsement; thousands of pledged volunteer hours

The Confounding Geography Of Lyme Disease In The U.S.

The Upper Midwest and the northeastern regions of the United States are increasingly a carpet of Lyme disease cases each summer and autumn. But the southeastern part of the country — a vast expanse of hot and humid territory and certainly hospitable to the ticks that carry Lyme-causing bacteria — gets off relatively easy.

Former DOT Secretary: Honest Discussion about Transportation Needed

State Senator Kathleen Vinehout

Farmers in western Wisconsin are worried new bridge weight limits will add time and cost to their already stressful lives.

“This is a very serious concern for us,” Farm Bureau spokesman Rob Richard told Chris Hubbuch of the La Crosse Tribune. “We want to make sure farmers can get to and from their fields. If they can’t make the quickest, most efficient route they’re just adding wear and tear to other roads.”

Epic Systems Lawsuit Ruling Has Wide-Reaching Impact On Employee Rights

Epic Systems, the resident tech giant of Wisconsin's left-leaning Dane County, sits uneasily on its sprawling campus just outside of Madison.

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