An Op-Ed published in The Daily Cardinal titled “The social impact of contraception” claimed the increased use of contraception has had a “devastating impact on our families, relationships and our society.” The author, Ben Miller, cites Pope Paul VI’s Humanae Vitae, an encyclical published in 1968 that predicted an increase in infidelity, objectification of women, overreach and corruption by public authorities, and immoral attempts by humankind to control their bodies if contraception use became widespread.
The state government released new data indicating Wisconsin taxpayers have paid $1 billion on the state’s voucher schools, while Kenosha’s state representative claimed Monday there is no accountability for the “squandered” money.
Officials in charge of running Wisconsin’s elections asked a judge to dismiss a case brought forward by Republican legislators who alleged the state’s new ballots are unfair and will confuse voters.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin announced in a Tuesday statement it plans to file a request for a rehearing of the voter ID ruling from Sept. 12.
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., and a number of protesters calling for an increase in the federal minimum wage were arrested Thursday after they refused to vacate the road they were blocking, according to a statement from the West Milwaukee Police Department.
The City of Madison and Dane County announced Monday they will partner together to ensure low-income individuals can continue to use their food stamp dollars at the Dane County Farmers’ Market.
Brown County Supervisor David Steffen announced his candidacy for Wisconsin’s 4th Assembly District Monday.
Project Veritas released a secretly recorded video showing state Senate President Mike Ellis, R-Neenah, illegally discussing the formation of a Super PAC in order to help him win his re-election in November.