Evers no help for Kenosha’s riot-ravaged nerves

Evers no help for Kenosha’s riot-ravaged nerves

It’s an unsettling, but not uncommon, feeling in Kenosha these days. Nearly a month after protests over an officer-involved shooting of a black man turned into a violent free-for-all, there is a lingering sense of unease. 

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September 18, 2020
More vandalism, intimidation celebrated as ’social justice’

More vandalism, intimidation celebrated as ’social justice’

A Black Lives Matter group billing itself as Black Umbrella took to the streets Wednesday, particularly busted-up State Street, for a Paint the Streets rally. 

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September 17, 2020
Evers backs down on outing businesses with COVID cases

Evers backs down on outing businesses with COVID cases

Business advocates are breathing a sigh of relief following the threat of public disclosures that could have been a huge liability issue for job creators, and a significant privacy concern for employees. 

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September 17, 2020
Will Evers shut down schools again?

Will Evers shut down schools again?

Empower Wisconsin | Sept 16, 2020  By M.D. Kittle  MADISON — Dane County private schools received a reprieve last week…

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September 16, 2020
Dems celebrate Green Party’s ballot demise

Dems celebrate Green Party’s ballot demise

The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s 4-3 ruling this week keeping Green Party presidential candidates off the November ballot was a huge victory for Joe Biden and the Democrats. 

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September 16, 2020
Mason brothers’ risky Racine COVID test lab

Mason brothers’ risky Racine COVID test lab

The City of Racine City Hall Annex has been transformed into a laboratory where city employees work with a highly contagious virus that has killed nearly 200,000 people in the U.S. — more than 1,200 in Wisconsin. 

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September 15, 2020