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Alan Talaga

Let's rename all buildings after rich donors! Read more

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Legislative Republicans are proposing to raise the retirement age for young teachers to pay for retired teachers who are coming back to the job. Read more

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Let's NOT end the ban on ballot selfies Read more

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A new nightclub is trying to open in the old Prism space on Williamson Street. But there are some problems. Read more

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David Michael Miller

Evidence shows that 18 is too young of an age to make an accurate risk assessment, says Amy Hagopian of the University of Washington School of Public Health. “The tobacco industry knows this. So do military recruiters.” Read more

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Couple looks forward to hunkering down during big storm. Couple almost immediately gets antsy. Read more

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Was there anyone, anywhere, who truly believed that Foxconn would deliver on its now two-year-old pledge to deliver $100 million to UW-Madison? Read more

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Hey, did ya see the Badgers take on the Ducks yesterday? Read more

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Wisconsin is going to draw a lot of national journalists covering the 2020 presidential race. It will be interesting. Read more

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So many interesting matchups we could think of. How about Bucky Badger interviewing a Brewers' sausage? Read more

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There are a whole lot of elementary-age children living in the Moorland-Rimrock neighborhood, but they are bussed to schools far from home. Read more

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Wisconsin is soon to be an outlier, with Illinois and Michigan legalizing recreational marijuana. But it's not like the state hasn't liberalized some laws. Read more

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Sen. Ron Johnson sees no reason to recuse himself as a juror in the expected impeachment trial of President Trump. Read more

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Who needs drunk driving laws? Public health requirements? Environmental standards? Not us! Read more

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Senate Republicans refused to debate common-sense legislation, but at least one GOP member is working for the common good: He introduced a bill to mandate that students learn cursive. Read more

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Politicians who screwed with your lives? Missed chances at love? Lost opportunities to make it big in New York? We have the podcast for you! Read more

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Watch as Ray Cross takes up his retirement hobbies. There's golf! And bold mergers! Read more

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A few years back the Madison school district decided that a zero-tolerance behavior policy for students was a bad idea. So they applied it to employees. Read more

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Former Gov. Scott Walker didn’t believe in second chances.Tony Evers does. Read more

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David Michael Miller

Lately the NIMBY label has been weaponized as a blanket term for all neighborhood activism. Read more

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Republicans did not like the fact that Democrats took back the governor's office and attorney general's office so what did they do? They came up with hastily written legislation designed to preserve as much power as they could. Read more

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