Credit: <a href=http://www.madisonatoz.com/2010/03/las-cazuelas.html>Eating in Madison A to Z.</a>
Welcome to the weekend Sconz Nation! I'll try to give you some killer commentary today but it will be tough because I've got to brush up on some Islamic history before 2:25. After the exam I'll be talking to someone who's working on the passage of the Clean Energy Jobs Act. Hopefully I'll get some post-worthy info out of that.
Brunch today is a humble Mexican meal from Las Cazuelas. The most delicious-looking item is definitely the curiously silver object on the right. What kind of sauce are they using on that?
Tom Barrett backs elections reforms. Well, duh.
Wisconsin tax rankings modeled after its geography: Right in the middle. "When considering all revenue sources, Wisconsin ranks 24th per $1,000 personal income and 25th per capita."
$22 million federal grant could "change the way we approach housing" says city director of economic development.
Deputy Secretary of the Dept. of Corrections applies to replace Blanchard as Dane County District Attorney.
Debate on raising tuition to pay for a new gym. Smooth politicians representing Rec Sports vs. students.
Another protest against Nike labor violations in Honduras and a call for UW to ends its contract with Nike.
Bart Stupak to retire instead of seeking re-election. The Dems will have a hard time finding a replacement on the U.P. That's +1 for the GOP.
Go to Hell Mansion Hill residents. Hey, that's not what I said, it's what the City Attorney's Office said.
Tree climbing course credit is a noble idea. The last time that was the case for me, I was on a field trip in 5th grade. I was one of an elite few who didn't cry.
No, you nobody bought alcohol underage at a bunch of Dane County liquor stores. They bought alcohol under the age of 21.