Opposition to the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, introduced by Milwaukee Congresswoman Gwen Moore, has some shaking their heads.
With the U.S. Supreme Court taking up the health care law this week, TCD talks with Marquette University constitutional law expert J. Gordon Hylton.
U.S. Rep. Tom Petri proposes the Making Work and Marriage Pay Act as a possible way to help low-income individuals.
Glenn Grothman sponsored a bill that says single parenthood could lead to child abuse and neglect. One opponent calls it “demeaning” and “dangerous.”
Democratic assembly reps Young and Krusick are at odds over the proposed “Boot Bill,” which would allow cities to boot vehicles for parking violations.
Democratic candidate for governor Kathleen Falk discussed plans to restore collective bargaining and fund technical colleges at the Wisconsin Club in Milwaukee.
Senate Bill 466 aims to modernize landlord-tenant laws, but opponents say it favors landlords over tenants and diminishes renters’ rights.
With the Vangard Group’s revitalization of the Inner City Arts Council building, development of Milwaukee’s historic Bronzeville district is on its way.
James Hall Jr., president of the Milwaukee NAACP, speaks on issues of segregation, education and unemployment in Milwaukee’s black community.
Milwaukee’s economic health has been ailing during the Great Recession. At “Milwaukee’s Economy: Next Step for Growth,” panelists discuss possible solutions.