Already, Wisconsin lags behind the national average in broadband coverage. An estimated 43% of Wisconsin’s rural residents lack access to high-speed internet, compared to about 31% of rural residents nationwide, according to the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
An employee of the University of Wisconsin-Madison has a confirmed case of the coronavirus.
Could adding competition to elections break the gridlock in government?
A national movement thinks so
…they’re not paid with (much) public money
Those calling for Wisconsin Men’s Basketball Coach Greg Gard to be replaced need history and context. I’ve got some right here.
A largely-forgotten public figure today, Cornell is a reminder — particularly relevant in the current toxic, dysfunctional political climate — that principled service and congeniality have value.
In one of the most-evenly divided states in the country, none of the 2018 elections for the state’s seven U.S. congressional seats were decided by less than double figures.
The Wisconsin State Legislature meets in full just a few days per year, but is considered – and paid like – a full-time legislative body. What’s up with that?