After a week of deliberation, the Madison Common Council passed their budget for the 2022 fiscal year last Thursday. It comes out to be one of the largest city budgets […]
A fair amount of the media coverage surrounding the new ‘protected class’ status for Madison’s homeless residents revolved around the politicking and rhetorical sparring sessions that went on between Mayor Paul Soglin and the Common Council.
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.