Organization will combat efforts of Obama, Holder and national Democrats intent on undoing eight-plus years of conservative policy victories in the states [Madison, Wis.] – Champion Group principals and former Americans for Prosperity executives Luke Hilgemann and Sean Lansing launched the ‘Defend Freedom’ PAC Thursday to help protect Republican state legislative majorities across the country from attacks by former President Barack Obama, former United States Attorney General Eric Holder, and...
ahlon Mitchell, president of the state firefighters’ union, formally announced Monday he’s running for guv, saying it’s time to get “all hands working again.”During a stop in Green Bay, Mitchell said that phrase refers to a belief in the fire services that everyone at the scene is doing something to mitigate the situation to “make it a little better for people having the worst days of the lives.”Gov.
MADISON, Wis. — Khalil Iverson, held scoreless in Wisconsin’s season debut two days earlier, led the Badgers with 17 points Sunday as they cruised to an 89-61 win over Yale. As with their season opener, the Badgers had four players in double figures, and Wisconsin (2-0) overpowered Yale (0-2) from the start. The Bulldogs were again without senior captain Makai Mason, who missed all of last year and has yet to get in a game this season, and 6-foot, 9-inch Jordan Brunch.
The WH just tweeted the president's "Supreme Court list" with 25 names, including Wisconsin's Diane Sykes, judge on 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Not sure why it was sent now. There are no current vacancies on the court. https://t.co/hB097UUJ29
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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