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Some Wisconsin legislators are hoping to prevent any government restrictions on the size of your soda. What about your own restrictions? If any?
An analysis shows the UW system sitting on nearly half a billion dollars in extra tuition. Officials say they need it for future projects.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Summer
The group will approach the Plan Commission at Monday's 7 p.m. meeting.
The credits would be $2,500 for every high school student, and $1,500 for elementary students.
The city has a rate almost 2 percentage points below that of the state, and one of the best for municipalities measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker never formed a panel to consider pardon applications, which now number more than 1,400 since he took office. Is this the right move?
Government, The Neighborhood Files
See what options the city has in mind for remaking the busy but narrow Wauwatosa thoroughfare.
Government, Public Safety
Gov. Scott Walker has proposed $3 million for grants to execute GPS tracking of certain people considered dangerous who have not yet violated a restraining order against them.
A proposal working its way through city panels would provide parking incentives for all developments at the park, plus roads and utilities.
A proposed gas tax hike would pay for road and bridge improvements. The state has a budget surplus, but also says it may not have the money to finish the Zoo Interchange in time.
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