Today is the first day of summer, but the last day of voting for Isthmus Favorites. I meant to promote this earlier, but you should still go vote for all your favorite Madison things restaurants, bands, beers and, ahem, bloggers. For your ballot to count you have to vote for at least 20 categories of the 120. I won't tell you how to vote except for on one category favorite radio show. Vote for "It Occurs to me..." on WSUM at 1 a.m. Saturday. It's a cult.
Bill Lueders disses the State Journal's favorites poll, saying it blatantly promotes advertisers.
No wonder the city decided it did not need to kill geese after all.
Information vacuum in ER leads to unnecessary tests, says a group of Madison doctors.
Police raid drug houses on South Side and plead with neighborhood association to be vigilant.
It's rare to hear Republicans admit that government has to do something, but proposing that everybody build their own roads is too radical even for the Tea Party.
And you know you can't raise the beer tax. Even the Democrats wouldn't do that.
And possibly too radical for the state budget, where it will be very hard to find room for $2 billion of tax cuts that Walker and Neumann both promise.
Margaret Krome is talking about "ridiculous barriers" to fruit-growing in Madison.
Dave Westlake will get a chance to take on Ron Johnson at a public forum.
The Post-Crescent notes a high number of legislators who are simply walking away from politics, perhaps tired of the partisan bickering.
DMI comes up with recommendations for fixing the "broken development process" that defined the Edgewater.
This really is great. I thought Alabama was producing the best political material this year but Nevada is doing a pretty good job as well.
Ron Johnson hires a blogger. Meanwhile, his campaign still will not respond to questions from me on the issues.