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Madison Budget Unveiled

10/10/12 3:55 PM | Molly Stentz

Last week, Mayor Paul Soglin unveiled a 266.4 million dollar budget for next year. But the process doesn’t stop here. Now the Common Council will take up the spending plan, and there are sure to be plenty of amendments proposed. Council members met Monday night to begin reviewing the spending plan.   Isthmus reporter Joe Tarr talks with some alders about what services they’ll fight for. Read more about the city’s budget process in this week’s Isthmus.   Budget by wort-fm

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When I was your age, Pluto was a planet!

07/17/12 1:36 PM | Radio Astronomy

images In this episode:Why isn’t Pluto a planet? What is a planet? P5, A new moon of Pluto! New Horizons Spacecraft is on its way to the far end of the solar system!

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Polls “Swamped”

06/5/12 8:01 PM | ioby

In an election most analysts say comes down to voter turnout, wards across the state have reported high turnout today. Dane County Clerk Karen Peters called turnout “just wild,” and Madison City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl said, “We’re swamped.” At 5:20pm, Witzel-Behl said she ordered more ballots printed. Milwaukee had to call in extra poll workers. High Voter Turnout In Dane County The official forecast for voter turnout statewide was 60 to 65 percent of eligible voters, which the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s elections guru, Craig Gilbert, called “a more or less insane figure.” Estimates for Dane County range between 80 to 88 percent of registered voters, according to Peters. Madison’s turnout was projected to be over 100 percent of registered voters ….

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