Greeted by a hometown crowd at the Goodman Community Center on Madison’s east side, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., focused on gun reform and the federal budget in his first town hall style meeting of the year.While Pocan supported many of the resources included within the budget bill, he said he could not in good faith vote for a bill without knowing what was included in its entirety.
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Susan Crawford won the contested battle for Dane County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 1, while Gloria Reyes beat out incumbent Anna Moffit for seat one on the school board in the Wisconsin 2018 Spring Elections.
Hours before the election for Branch 1 of the Dane County Circuit Court, the campaign for Shorewood Hills Municipal Judge Marilyn Townsend addressed questions regarding the legitimacy of her legal background and her admittance to the state Bar of Wisconsin.
The city’s Plan Commision is scheduled to take up a demolition request at its meeting Monday for a vacant building at 126 Langdon Street.
While students were away on spring break, police responded to three separate downtown fights, one of which involved a local bar manager.
For the second time in less than two weeks, thousands of Madison area-students, teachers and residents — joined by prominent Democratic elected officials — packed the steps of the state Capitol to protest gun violence and call for stricter laws regarding firearms as part of the international March For Our Lives.
For the second time in less than two weeks, Madison-area students led a major protest against gun violence in schools and across the country. Saturday's march was one of more than 800 "sister marches" held worldwide and included speeches by U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin and U.S. Representative Mark Pocan.
On April 3, voters around the state will decide not just who will sit on the state Supreme Court but also who will win a variety of local city and county elections.
The Madison Common Council offered unanimous support Tuesday night for a resolution supporting the office of State Treasurer.
In the wake of last week’s national student walkout, the Madison chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America met Tuesday to discuss upcoming opportunities to engage with state and local politics on comprehensive gun legislation.The group discussed the planned March for Our Lives at the state Capitol on March 23.
A Madison area charter school petitioned the Madison Metropolitan School Board Monday to allow the school to continue recruiting students through a dual-lottery process.Nuestro Mundo is a dual language immersion school, with a mission to educate both native English and Spanish speaking students in a community which fosters equity and inclusion.
The Madison Landmark Commission made final recommendations Monday to keep a memorial for Confederate soldiers at Forest Hill Cemetery, while adding another display to contextualize the Confederate marker.The Landmarks Commission voted 6-1 for a motion to keep the cenotaph, a large gravestone for confederate soldiers, on the site.
The Derail the Jail Coalition partnered with representatives from local organizations in hosting a meeting Sunday to address education resource officers in Madison schools, which they say adversely affect many student groups.
An April 3 referendum set to be be voted on by Wisconsinites statewide regarding the elimination of the office of the state treasurer has drawn ire from the Madison Common Council.A resolution authored by Ald.
The Madison Transit and Parking Commission approved a motion Wednesday to increase parking rates at lots and garages around the city starting in June.Because of an increase in usage, the rates for the State Street campus and State Street Capitol garages are set to jump $0.20 and $0.30, respectively.
Following months of negotiations and debate, Madison’s Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee voted Thursday to pass a certification that hopes to encourage positive landlord practices in the city.
More than 5000 high school and middle school students from around Dane County walked out of classes at noon on Wednesday and gathered at the steps of the Capitol to call for gun control measures. The walkout comes as part of the #enough movement that has emerged out of high schools across the country following the Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
“I just want to see change:” Thousands of Madison-area students march on Capitol steps to demand gun reform
Around 5,000 Madison-area high school students marched to the Capitol steps Wednesday to protest new gun legislation in the aftermath of last month’s shooting in Parkland, Fla.
Despite opposition Madison area students say #enough, plan school walkout calling for stricter gun control
Madison area high school students will participate in a national school walkout Wednesday to support gun control legislation following the Parkland shooting, despite pushback from some school districts.
The Transit and Parking Commision is set to consider a proposed parking rate change Wednesday that would increase prices for select ramps and lots throughout downtown Madison.