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State remapping deal promises more bi-partisanship

At least at the state level, there are encouraging early signs of bipartisanship that has been missing for the better part of two decades. It has something to do, me thinks, with the Supreme Court-ordered rearrangement of the Wisconsin legislative … Read the rest

Tired of Trumpian losses, Gallagher leaves House

Thank you for your service, Mike Gallagher. In the aftermath of his recent decision not to run for a fifth term, critics on the far right of the Trump-infested Republican Party won’t mouth those gracious words, the words that many … Read the rest

Repeat history: create health care ‘PSC’

In the absence of legislative or executive oversight and governance of the over-priced healthcare systems in Wisconsin, the concept of treating medical corporations as utilities becomes ever more necessary. Consolidations and mergers have made most Wisconsinites subject to oligopolies, duopolies … Read the rest

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