“I can no longer in good conscience lend my name and support to Justice Prosser’s candidacy. Too much has come to light that Justice Prosser has lost that most crucial of characteristics for a Supreme Court Justice – as for any judge – even-handed impartiality. Along with that failing has come a disturbing distemper and lack…
About 8% of bridges in state listed; report is from lobbying group Transportation for America, that includes as members numerous, possible recipients of construction money. Via WISN Milwaukee.
Jeff Stone, GOP candidate for Milwaukee County Executive. Via Wisconsin Democrats’ Press Release. Copy of Investigation Request.
Union Cab and Badger Cab will provide rides while the polls are open, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The cab companies ask those seeking a cab to the polls to make appointments ahead of time, and to not call after 7:30 p.m. in Madison or 7 p.m. in surrounding areas. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Katherine R. Windels, 26, of Cross Plains faces two felony bomb scare counts and two misdemeanor counts of sending a computer message threatening injury or harm. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Via Sheboygan Press. Earlier: Police: Man watches ‘True Blood,’ bites 3-year-old’s neck
“Cleanup lowers levels of PCBs in walleye” How low is low enough? Via Fond du Lac Reporter.
Sixty-four year old accused of stealing quarter of a million between ’07 and ’10. Via Fond du Lac Reporter.
…to Kansas City, Kansas. Via Badger Herald
Alternative Headline: Twenty-something La Crosse Mayor Harter Plans for Life After Single Term in Office Via La Crosse Tribune.
Yes, and without any of the precious moments that Fond du Lac’s GOP Sen. Hopper had along the way to his recall election. Via La Crosse Tribune.
Circuit Judge Sumi ruled this morning that collective bargaining bill not validly published under Wisconsin law. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Last summer, employees of iPacesetters (formerly Charlton) in Eau Claire filed complaints with the State of Wisconsin over that company’s practice of docking employees’ pay for using the bathroom. Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has announced that “iPacesetters has agreed to back pay those and all employees for bathroom breaks taken.” Via Eau Claire…
Kenosha’s unemployment stays same, at 10.1%. Via BusinessWeek.
And if not validly published, then not law. Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Highest payroll in club history. Via Wisconsin Radio Network.
They’ll play the Pacers on Friday night. Via WITI.
The power of a citizen with a cell phone. Via WTMJ 4.