Happy Birthday Madison! The city of Madison is 160 years old today! In addition, today is A Public Affair’s last day of Pledge Drive! Today sub host Bert Zipperer talks with Brenda Konkel of the Tenant Resource Center to discuss housing rights, democracy and the attacks on tenant rights in Wisconsin. Click here or visit the […]
Last week the Assembly Real Estate Committee heard public testimony on AB 568, which would dramatically change — yet again — -the relationship between tenants and landlords in Wisconsin. The bill is still in committee, but could be released for a floor vote any day now. Brenda Konkel from the Tenant Resource Center joins Buzz […]
MADISON (WORT) — Dane County officials are moving forward with an indoor ban on e-cigarettes. The City of Madison is discussing whether to increase fees on sidewalk cafes and more debate is scheduled on Mayor Paul Soglin’s controversial bench ordinance targeting the city’s homeless residents.
MADISON (WORT) — Mayor Paul Soglin is proposing to the Madison Common Council some new ordinances that would limit the time that anyone could stand, sit, or lay down in the central business district. Several advocates for the homeless spoke to WORT’s Craig McComb in studio.
MADISON (WORT) — The Madison Common Council unanimously voted to add homelessness to the city’s list of protected classes in early June. But on Tuesday, Mayor Paul Soglin surprised many by vetoing the new protections for the city’s homeless citizens.
What are the results of yesterday’s elections? What does this mean for the future of Madison? Of Wisconsin? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!