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Gov. Evers Continues to Ban MacIver News Service From Press Briefings, Press Office Emails
The Evers administration continues to deny equal press access to journalists from MacIver News Service, so attorneys for the reporters have intervened.  Read More Gov. Evers Continues to Ban MacIver News Service From Press Briefings, Press Office Emails
On Tax Day, MacIver Warns Progress On Lowering Tax Burden Can’t Stop Now
Today, on Tax Day, taxpayers in Wisconsin and across the country are experiencing the painful annual reminder that the work of reducing the tax burden can and should never stop.  Read More On Tax Day, MacIver Warns Progress On Lowering Tax Burden Can’t Stop Now
Evers Could Use Veto Power To Help Illegals Vote
The non-partisan, highly respected Legislative Fiscal Bureau told lawmakers during agency briefs on Apr. 3rd that the governor could veto out any language in the budget that would prevent illegal aliens from using newly issued driver's licenses to vote.  Read More Evers Could Use Veto Power To Help Illegals Vote
Voters Approve $768 Million in Referendum Tax Increases in Spring 2019 Election
MacIver News Service - In the spring 2019 election, voters across 48 districts approved 44 referenda amounting to $768 million in tax increases. Of the proposed $1.2 billion, voters approved 64 percent, a significant decrease in referendum passage rates.  Read More Voters Approve $768 Million in Referendum Tax Increases in Spring 2019 Election
ChartSmart: 2019-21 Budget Basics
April 8, 2019 | Welcome back to ChartSmart! Today, we're taking a look at budget basics like overall spending, borrowing, and positions.   Read More ChartSmart: 2019-21 Budget Basics
In Case You Missed It: Jobless Claims Fall, Aluminum Tariffs Aren’t Working, and a Look Into TIFs
April 5, 2019 | Happy Friday! It was a busy week in Wisconsin. Here are four important article for fiscal conservatives, in case you missed it.  Read More In Case You Missed It: Jobless Claims Fall, Aluminum Tariffs Aren’t Working, and a Look Into TIFs
Conservative Grassroots Shock And ‘WOW’ In Delivering Hagedorn Supreme Court Victory
By M.D. Kittle - The conservative grassroots appeared to get its groove back Tuesday. And southeast Wisconsin's WOW counties wowed again in helping to deliver a narrow victory to conservative state Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn, a victory that could keep the court in conservative hands until at least 2023.   Read More Conservative Grassroots Shock And ‘WOW’ In Delivering Hagedorn Supreme Court Victory
The Comeback
Special Guest Perspective by Dan O'Donnell - Supreme Court Justice-Elect Brian Hagedorn, like Wisconsin conservatism itself, was counted out. And then...  Read More The Comeback