School districts and taxpayers around Wisconsin could save millions if archaic, complex “prevailing wage” requirements were eliminated.
In red pajama pants, a black coat, and boots, Waukesha County Judge Linda Van Der Water was on a mission in the pre-dawn morning of January 16, 2011.
An anti-gun group funded by former New York City Mayor and media billionaire Michael Bloomberg has spent thousands of dollars during the current Montana legislative session lobbying against bills that would expand the rights of those who carry firearms.
An extensive study and computer model project unveiled today by the University of Wisconsin – Madison predicts severe flooding for downtown Madison if climate change results in more rainstorms.
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) appears to be putting partisan politics in front of bi-partisan solutions for Montana Veterans in the run-up to this week’s visit by VA Secretary Bob McDonald.
Professor cited in Wisconsin media for opposition to prevailing wage reform is far-left political activist who pushed for ObamaCare, green agenda.
Montana State Rep. Tom Richmond (R-Billings) is denying rumors swirling around the Montana legislature that he traded his “yes” vote on SB 289 — the controversial “dark money bill” — for Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s support on one of his own bills, HB 411.
Just days before he asks voters to elect him judge, a prominent Waukesha County defense attorney is still representing over two dozen individuals charged with crimes. While many of his clients remain innocent until proven guilty, two have already admitted their guilt. Unfortunately for Waukesha residents, judicial candidate Ron Sonderhouse was able to help the two criminals get significant reductions, or no time in jail at all, for committing their serious offenses.
Montana State Sen. Ed Buttrey (R-Great Falls) and the office of Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock have been working together over the last month on SB 405, Buttrey’s Medicaid expansion “alternative” that would still use federal dollars to expand Medicaid in Montana as part of Obamacare.
Running on transparency and honesty seems like a good bet for a local candidate for school board. But it may not be a good bet for a candidate that recently lied to police about her role in a hit-and-run incident, fessed up to her lie, and is now claiming a conspiracy is behind her hitting her neighbors vehicle and misreporting it to police.