Monthly Archives: January 2013

Questions linger in police shooting

More than two weeks after the Madison Police Department released a report which cleared an officer who fatally shot an unarmed man, many community members remain dissatisfied.

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Wisconsin features in Sundance entrant

A documentary that takes a look at the historic 2011 protests against Governor Scott Walker had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, which wraps up this weekend in Park City, Utah.

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Johnson tangles with Kerry over embassy attack (AUDIO)

The day after his highly publicized exchange with outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson was back at it with her designated successor.

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Assembly GOP launch regulatory review website

Governor Scott Walker’s administration released a report, reviewing Wisconsin’s business regulations, just prior to the ‘State of the State’ address last week. Now a website has been launched to solicit feedback on regulatory reform.

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Regulatory review report: the 6:15 surprise

A little light reading just dropped into our e-mail inbox, courtesy of the governor’s office. Yes, just 45 minutes prior to the scheduled start of his State of the State address, Governor Scott Walker has released a 43 page, Wisconsin Regulatory … Continue reading

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Walker releases ‘State of State’ excerpts

Governor Scott Walker delivers his 2013 State of the State Address. His office has released a few anticipated excerpts: 

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Back in the Sly life (AUDIO)

Fans of partisan talk radio of the progressive stripe will be heartened by the news that John “Sly” Sylvester will be returning to the airwaves of southern Wisconsin next month.

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Fiscal cliff notes

A stomach churning plunge off the fiscal cliff was averted Tuesday, night, as the U.S. House of Representatives approved an eleventh-hour compromise. Most of Wisconsin’s representatives in Washington have now posted their statements online.

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