At the beginning of the pandemic, federal student loan repayment was paused in order to help folks stay financially on their feet. But people will need to start paying those […]
Wisconsin Policy Forum Reports State Tax Burden Rose but Total Burden ...
According to a report released today by the Wisconsin Policy Forum, Wisconsin residents are seeing a higher tax burden, but lower overall burden. What do these numbers mean? WORT Producer […]
South Madison Plan Officially Adopted by Madison Common Council
At around midnight last night, the Madison Common Council officially adopted the South Madison Plan to add more single-family homes to the city’s south side. The plan, created by the […]
January begins National Radon Action Month.
Today begins National Radon Action Month, a month dedicated to informing people about the dangers of radon in our homes. We all know radon is bad, but what exactly is […]
Newly Introduced Bill Aims to Take Voting Rights from Convicted Felons...
The pair of bills, introduced to the state legislature today, would further limit voting rights for people who have been convicted of a felony. Under current state law, those people […]
Madison Common Council to Debate Changes in Government Structure
In spring of 2021, Madison residents gave their opinion on the job of city alders through a set of non-binding referendums. Essentially, these four questions were opinion polls, intended to […]
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