Milwaukee's stay-at-home order still in place — bars cannot open and public gatherings prohibited, says @MayorofMKE Tom Barrett https://t.co/DTJaPsgzTu — Mary Spicuzza (@MSpicuzzaMJS) May 14, 2020
#HappyStarWarsDay from Uncle Doug, me and our matching costumes. #MayTheFourthBeWithYou https://t.co/vUT0lgeyDf pic.twitter.com/26rWnHM6eZ — AsGoesWisconsin (@AsGoesWisconsin) May 4, 2020
Turns out, Trump’s target to pay for the wall isn’t Mexico. It’s Wisconsin. https://t.co/1f4TN9ogsJ — Ben Wikler (@benwikler) February 17, 2020
The Dane County Sheriff’s Office “did not identify any criminal conduct” on the part of the Henry Vilas Zoological Society or any of its employees after an investigation into its fundraising requested by the Dane County Executive’s Office and a county board supervisor.
Officials from New York and Illinois, the two Great Lakes states that did not compete for the plant, questioned aspects of the deal during the proposal’s comment period, which concluded earlier this month.
A letter from New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation quoted the compact’s requirement that water diverted to nearby communities largely serve residential customers.
“Here, it is unclear that the proposed diversion is largely for residential customers,” the letter said. “The water is intended to facilitate the construction and operation of the future industrial site.”
New York also questioned whether Wisconsin could unilaterally approve the deal, saying the compact’s general prohibition of new diversions “favors and potentially mandates” review by the other states bordering the lakes.
A letter from the Illinois Attorney General’s Office said the utilities involved in the project haven’t made clear how they would treat wastewater from the Foxconn plant before ultimately releasing it back into Lake Michigan. They argue that Racine should not be able to exceed the amounts defined in its current permit for returning wastewater to the lake.
During the February spring primary there were 74 referendums on ballots around the state and 76 percent of them passed.
Via FREE WHITEWATER.
How about supporting transit, and fixing what we have before sucking again to the road-builders and adding more highway lanes as millennials decline car ownership and boomers move away from car-dependent ‘burbs for walkable, transit-served neighborhoods.
“There was some mutton in the fridge which was taken away yesterday,” Sajida told the Express. “They thought it was beef. The police have taken it for examination… If the results prove that it was not beef, will they bring back my dead father?”
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker surged into the top tier of the Republican presidential race with a fiery speech in the depths of winter in Iowa. But his candidacy has wilted in the heat of a summer dominated by Donald Trump, with loyalists and supporters now calling for an immediate mid-course correction.
Walker’s backers see a campaign discombobulated by Trump’s booming popularity and by his provocative language on immigration, China and other issues. They see in Walker a candidate who — in contrast to the discipline he showed in state races — continues to commit unforced errors, either out of lack of preparation or in an attempt to grab for part of the flamboyant businessman’s following….
Via FREE WHITEWATER.
Same role, another race –
Answer: the ‘leader’ who told a predominately white, upscale exurban community about 40 miles from where those kids in the picture lived that he didn’t want Wisconsin to become another Milwaukee. Via Walker’s dog whistle echoes in a picture worth 1,000 words @ The Political Environment.
The ghost town of Los Angeles – Via FREE WHITEWATER.