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Spud Lovr 6m
Wisconsin regulators reject effort to block state's first large-scale solar farm via
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Coffee Bean 3h
Trump administration caught bending the rules for ex Gov Scott Walker's Foxconn scam. The swamp is alive and well.
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Mason T. Becker 21h
This isn't exactly an apologetic statement.
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Spud Lovr 13h
leader Robin Vos falsely claims Gov. Tony Evers made troops wait for greeting via
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Sarah S F MD May 16
Sweet Home, Alabama: If a 12-yr-old girl is raped -- by anybody, including her own father -- she is hereby ordered to give birth, and will be inspected. Because that's what Jesus wants
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For Our Future WI 19h
Instead of lying about Gov. Evers and playing politics, Robin Vos should focus on finding common ground and listening to the will of the people.
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Resist Trump 14h
Reading the and what an embarrassment is to WI. Supporting adulterous con men with a history of lying and corruption is so typical of low educated white men in this state.
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Spud Lovr 14h
Confirmed - Wisconsin fell further behind for jobs in 2018, cementing Walker's failure
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Mason T. Becker May 19
"Who needs any real broadband expansion in rural areas, when your family dairy farm is probably going to close anyway?" to Wisconsin residents.
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MacIver Institute 17h
In the real world - you know, where you live, earn a paycheck, and pay your taxes - $500 million is a huge chunk of change. But in the fuzzy world of , it can be called a cut. Let's be clear: $500M more is .
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JakeEdwards May 22
Ahead of tomorrow's JFC meeting, likely won't even cover 30% of public K-12 special ed costs, let alone the 60% Evers wanted. What is adding money to is vouchers, including 90% of THEIR special ed costs.
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Mason T. Becker May 17
Replying to @GordonHintz
Republicans believe in defunding local communities, so they can force a consolidation and privatization of services.
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Jim Witkins 17m
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JakeEdwards May 22
Ahead of K-12 hearing in Joint Finance, meets Evers call for more district flexibility and less referenda. But GOP adding $$$ to per-pupil aids vs adding ZERO to General Aids is likely to increase school disparities.
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Scott Milfred May 20
Sure hope this gets done. One-of-kind hotel would help keep top of State Street cookin. Cool public rooftop bar. Little parking cuz most guests won't have cars, based on similar hotels in other cities. We endorsed project last year:
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Christian Foust May 16
‘Struggling to tread water’: Dairy farmers are caught in an economic system with no winning formula via ⁦
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JakeEdwards May 18
Is it a bad sign that won't admit that its "innovation centers" are still empty, and Mt. Pleasant is paying a consultant $250K a year while renting out empty land that they bought because the plant isn't coming?
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MacIver Institute May 23
Replying to @MacIverWisc
No changes to the school choice programs today.
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WI Public Ed Network May 23
(D) sets forth another motion to address special ed funding. “The difference between what is doing and what the Republican Party is doing is night and day...this is embarrassing. This is a state mandate and the state should be paying”
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Spud Lovr 11h
Sen. Kapenga against "full inclusion," says Special Needs Kids should be in a separate schools...
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