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"We literally don't know the name of the man or woman who gave the funds," says the group's director, who is fending off accusations of engaging in "dark money" advocacy from conservatives.
Dear Editor: Earlier this week, Republicans in the state Assembly made the politically motivated choice to deny access to BadgerCare for 83,000 Wisconsinites, breaking their promise and leavin…
In the wake of 39 tea party groups pushing Gov. Scott Walker to stop implementing the standards, an Assembly committee will vote next week on a plan that could include that possibility.
In another taunt, Walker blames Illinois' woes on public unions.
The $35,000 in grants to those agencies this year is only some of the money The Kids Fund distributed, all supported by generous readers of The Cap Times.
Running for attorney general, Mark Herring went against the advice to soft-pedal his advocacy for sensible gun legislation. And he won.
Dear Editor: GTac, the company that is proposing one of the world’s largest open pit mines in the pristine Penokee Hills in Iron and Ashland counties, has modified their bulk sampling plan and…
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BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — The Discovery Museum and Planetarium in Bridgeport has sold a massive bronze statue for $300,000 to finance a major upgrade to its science education program for school…
Some neighbors don't like the size of the proposed 12-story building but they appear willing to work with the developer.
The world marveled at Nelson Mandela's generous spirit and even temperament. He was also cunning and iron-willed. He needed all of his traits to persuade a sitting government to negotiate its …
A Rhode Island educator talked with local officials about the state's efforts to address the achievement gap. Madison hopes better coordinating its after-school programs will have an impact.