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Wisconsin lawmakers circulate legislation denouncing Islamophobia and hate

MILWAUKEE — There was a big crowd Tuesday morning, January 31st at City Hall in Milwaukee as Senator Chris Larson, D-Milwaukee and Rep. Jonathan Brostoff began circulating legislation denouncing Islamophobia and hate in Wisconsin. 90 more words

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Senate Education Committee Members and the School Districts They Represent (Updated)

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald has announced state Senate committee membership for the 2017-18 legislative session.  As expected, former Berlin school board member state Senator Luther Olsen (pictured) is returning as chairman of the Senate Education Committee.   387 more words

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"People are really concerned:" Lawmakers submit letter to DOT, wonder whether crash over Hoan was preventable

MILWAUKEE — Three South Shore lawmakers are questioning whether government bureaucrats could’ve prevented the death of a 27-year Milwaukee man whose truck plunged off the Hoan Bridge on Monday, December 19th. 485 more words

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3 Democratic state lawmakers call for resignation, removal of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke

MILWAUKEE — Three Democratic state lawmakers are calling for the resignation of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.

State Senator Chris Larson, Representative Jonathon Brostoff and Representative Christine Sinicki issued a joint statement Wednesday, December 14th — urging the resignation or removal of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke. 776 more words

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Pair of Wisconsin lawmakers raise very different concerns about electoral process in WI, nationwide

MILWAUKEE/RACINE — A pair of Wisconsin lawmakers have raised two very different concerns about the electoral process in Wisconsin — and nationwide.

The concerns mirror what we’ve heard from some liberal and conservative circles — on one hand, a desire to make sure voting machines weren’t hacked on November 8th. 341 more words

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Personality?

“We often make peace with besetting sins and call them personality.” -Chris Larson