Policy
Wisconsin

Supreme Decree: No Election Integrity with Photo ID

By: Brian Sikma Late Thursday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court declared that it would not hear arguments in two cases challenging the state’s photo ID law before election day. In an anonymous order the Court said that it was declining the motion of the Attorney General to bypass the appellate courts and take up the photo […]

Policy
Wisconsin

Skepticism of Obamacare Compliance Mounts

By Brian Sikma Even as a bill to lay the foundation for an Obamacare insurance exchange makes its way through the state legislature, some lawmakers are expressing concern. Although they are in the minority at this point, their concerns could gain traction as Tea Party groups continue to express their own dissatisfaction with the state’s […]

Policy
Wisconsin

Lawmakers Want “Silly” Doyle-Era Mascot Ban Repealed

By Brian Sikma At the end of September, a Waukesha County, Wisconsin judge blocked the implementation of the state’s 2010 ban on so-called race-based mascots. The ban focuses on eliminating all public school mascots that have Native American themes. A Media Trackers study recently took stock of how much money the mandated mascot changes would […]