Shoutout to All the Municipal Clerks Out There

The week of May 2nd to May 8th, 2021 is the 52nd Annual Professional Municipal Clerks Appreciation Week. According to a proclamation from the office of Gov. Tony Evers, Wisconsin has 1,854 municipal clerks that serve across the state. Municipal clerks are crucial to the administration of elections as their duties include preparing ballots, training […]

Evers’ American Rescue Plan Plan

Gov. Evers has a bold spending plan for the funds Wisconsin will receive through the American Rescue Plan, ranging from business relief to vaccines. The American Rescue Plan Act is a stimulus package that passed the U.S. Congress in March and will send money to each state. But, will Vos & Co. comply? The Evers […]

Bipartisan Praise for Vaccination Efforts

This title just doesn’t sound right, but I swear it is. Wisconsin lawmakers are actually kind of agreeing about vaccines as we climb out of the pandemic. But, the mutual respect does make you question if the bipartisanship has partisan motives. In a virtual event held by the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC), Assembly Speaker […]

No Sales Tax for you Milwaukee!

Two years ago, a coalition of elected officials, business leaders, and community leaders formed to launch Move Forward MKE. The group’s main goal was to ask the state government to allow Milwaukee to raise its sales tax, giving the city and county more money to work with in the future. While Wisconsin has high property […]

What’s Up with People Fighting for their right to party?

What’s Up with People Fighting for their right to party_

We took a week off to remind you to complete your census but we’re back and – holy cranberries Batman – is there a lot to cover: Packer face masks  Poop in the mail And that it turns out, those liberate Wisconsin protestors were fighting for their right… to party. To party? Packers The NFL […]