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Lawmakers debate "prevailing wage" law in Madison, and it could impact new Bucks arena in Milwaukee

MADISON (WITI) — Lawmakers spent the day Tuesday, May 5th debating the prevailing wage law. Republicans are trying to repeal the law — but one lawmaker says losing the prevailing wage law could help to win funding for a new downtown Milwaukee Bucks arena. 362 more words


Community School Proposal To Be Introduced

Two Democratic state lawmakers are proposing more so-called “community” schools.

State Sen. Chris Larson (D-Milwaukee) and Rep. Mandela Barnes (D-Milwaukee) say community schools offer a broader array of support from partners such as local businesses and social services agencies. 260 more words

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Town Hall With Senator Larson Set For Monday At South Milwaukee Library

I’ll be joining State Sen. Chris Larson for a town hall meeting this Monday, March 30, to discuss the state budget and its impact on state programs, as well as its impacts on the City of South Milwaukee. 56 more words

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4 Days Until "The Great Confrontation"!

Hey TD,

We are in for a treat this weekend as we engage with God on the theme of “The Great Confrontation” and learn from Dr. 187 more words

LATEST: In 17-15 vote, full Senate passes "Right-to-Work" legislation

MADISON (WITI) — In a 17-15 vote, the full Senate PASSED Right-to-Work legislation Wednesday night, February 25th. This, after hours of debate. On Tuesday night, the Senate Labor Committee sent the legislation to the full Senate in a 3-1 vote. 824 more words

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Wisconsin Senate To Consider Right-To-Work Legislation

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Senate is set to dive into what could be a fierce debate on a Republican right-to-work bill after an evening of bitter protests over the legislation at the state Capitol. 618 more words


Reminder: Meet The Mayor, With Special Guest Chris Larson, This Saturday

I hope you can join me for my next Meet the Mayor session this Saturday at MKE City Sippers, 911 Milwaukee Ave. downtown.

Hours are 11 a.m. 72 more words

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