Lawsuit: DPI broke law, skewed testing data

Lawsuit: DPI broke law, skewed testing data

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction broke state law when it selectively released certain school choice test score data in September, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday against DPI.

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November 7, 2019
Evers wants gun control days before deer hunt

Evers wants gun control days before deer hunt

Gov. Tony Evers demands the state Legislature convene a special session at 2 p.m. this afternoon to take up gun-restriction bills — just 16 days before the start of Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer season.

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November 7, 2019
Tourism Secretary looking to cut Packers legend Donald Driver

Tourism Secretary looking to cut Packers legend Donald Driver

Not known for controversy, the Wisconsin Department of Tourism has become a hive of intrigue in the Evers era, in which liberal politics seem to touch even the most benign levels of government.

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November 7, 2019
Survey results on Shawano ‘adult playground’ released

Survey results on Shawano ‘adult playground’ released

How do the residents in the Shawano, Wis. area feel about paying for a proposed recreation center that could top $28 million?

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November 6, 2019
Dentists play hardball, deny access

Dentists play hardball, deny access

A bill that would open the door to dental therapists in Wisconsin may have bipartisan support and the backing of dozens of organizations, but it won’t go anywhere if the Wisconsin Dental Association has its way.

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November 5, 2019
Forbidden grammar

Forbidden grammar

Misuse of pronouns could be costly for faculty at woke University of Minnesota.

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November 5, 2019