Government/Politics

You would hardly know it from the campaign for governor, but Wisconsin has more than a brain drain; it has a brain hemorrhage.
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In the latest Marquette University Law School Poll, released today, Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke were tied at 47 percent each among likely voters.
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Vangard Group LLC will get $850,000 in tax credits to convert the Germania Building at 135 W. Wells St. in downtown MIlwuakee into 70 “affordable” apartments, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefish announced Monday.
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Not only did the U.S. Supreme Court affirm the right of all of Wisconsin's citizens to marry who they love, the court also paved the way to help strengthen our state's economy.
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In the latest Marquette University Law School Poll, released today, Republican Gov. Scott Walker gained on Democratic challenger Mary Burke.
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On Nov. 4, Wisconsin voters will have an opportunity to vote on a binding referendum that would amend the state constitution to require that the fees collected by the state from the gas tax and vehicles registration fees be used to pay solely for public transportation.
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Nonprofit organizations looking for a home in Milwaukee now have an opportunity to purchase city-owned, tax-foreclosed properties for $1, thanks to legislation approved by the Milwaukee Common Council on Tuesday.
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