UW-Madison is canceling social events, closing gyms, banning visitors in dorms and restricting dining halls to carry out only to curb the spread of COVID-19 as cases continue to rise on campus. Many classes are still in person. https://t.co/nONfTbiBs7 — madison.com (@madisondotcom) September 7, 2020                    …

Madison Passes Police Reform

The @MadCityCouncil passed police reform measures early Wed morning, with support from @src2. The measures show @CityofMadison cares about #BlackLives said Brandi Grayson of @UrbanTriage https://t.co/YxpA7CEvhl pic.twitter.com/D9y5MdwuUe — Wisconsin Examiner (@WIExaminer) September 2, 2020    

Angst in Madison over COVID-19

But then giving in to the loudest voices who were bored at home, and unable to drink at their local bar, and not able to shop in brick and mortar establishments elected officials caved and opened up the economy too quickly.   All the work that was done with self-quarantine, and responsible ones wearing masks and…