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Budget Blog: JFC Removes Medicaid Expansion
WATCH - Republicans on JFC explain why expanding Medicaid in Wisconsin is a bad idea that could lead to lower healthcare access.  Read More Budget Blog: JFC Removes Medicaid Expansion
Seven Easy Things You Can Do Right Now to Help Win Back Wisconsin
“What can we do?” has been a common refrain from frustrated conservatives ever since the presidential election. Dan O’Donnell has seven answers for how to get involved.  Read More Seven Easy Things You Can Do Right Now to Help Win Back Wisconsin
Budget Blog: Real Debate Begins Thursday On Gov. Evers’ 2021-2023 State Budget
Finance Committee Axes Evers’ Far Left Agenda From State Budget With Massive Federal Covid Aid And Strong State Economy. Government In Wisconsin Awash In Money. Budget Deliberations Begin This Week  Read More Budget Blog: Real Debate Begins Thursday On Gov. Evers’ 2021-2023 State Budget
Budget Season Begins
LISTEN - On Thursday, the Republican-controlled legislature will begin its work on Governor Evers’ 2021-2023 state budget. The Budget Committee released a list of policy items that will be removed from the budget and will be debated as separate pieces of legislation.  Read More Budget Season Begins
President Biden’s Tax-and-Spend Plans Ignore the Lessons of History
In his Joint Address, President Biden proposed trillions in new spending funded by forcing the wealthy to “pay their fair share.” As Dan O’Donnell notes, this ignores a century of evidence that this won’t work.  Read More President Biden’s Tax-and-Spend Plans Ignore the Lessons of History
The Greatest Threat To Black Lives In Wisconsin
While Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett tries to solve Milwaukee's history of gun violence with policing reforms, Dan O’Donnell takes a hard look at the data on homicides and police shootings in Wisconsin.   Read More The Greatest Threat To Black Lives In Wisconsin
Green Bay’s City Attorney Accidentally Incriminates the City of Green Bay
Green Bay City Attorney Vanessa Chavez set out to write a report clearing Mayor Eric Genrich of any blame in the mishandling of November’s election. But as Dan O'Donnell finds, she accidentally proved that Green Bay's election was unlawful.  Read More Green Bay’s City Attorney Accidentally Incriminates the City of Green Bay
Green Bay Clears Itself of Election Crimes, Legislature’s Investigation Continues
Despite acknowledging state law puts the city clerk in charge of elections and then laying out several examples of how the city clerk was sidelined, Green Bay City Attorney Venessa Chavez concluded nothing illegal occurred.  Read More Green Bay Clears Itself of Election Crimes, Legislature’s Investigation Continues