Political leaders in Washington are just as excited about March Madness as the rest of the country; elected officials recently came together despite an intensely divided Congress to organize a high stakes bracket pool that pits the parties against each other in friendly competition.
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Wisconsin State Rep. Bill Kramer, R-Waukesha, notified the Government Accountability Board he will not seek re-election in November.
Versions of bills focusing on increasing venture capital investment in Wisconsin are circulating in the state Legislature. Lawmakers are rationalizing support for versions of the bill by saying it will help create jobs in the state, especially those in high-tech industries. Investing in these firms is risky, mainly because they are in their nature risky investors. If the legislators want to proceed with a bill they must do so with caution.
So I've been reading in the newspapers that our fair city has seen an increase in the number of male flashings occurring on or around campus.