Read The Daily Cardinal's recap of the protest and live updates that were published throughout the night.
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"Roe was egregiously wrong from the start," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the draft decision.
“No Mow May is just a simple initiative to give our bees and other pollinators a leg up and a healthy start to the growing season,” Del Toro said.
It was the first time the state legislature heard debate on any form of marijuana related legislation.
"This city for the first time in our 176-year history has elected its first Black mayor. We did it," Johnson said.
“We will not give in to one-sided corporate decision-making when right outside our doors Wisconsinites have gathered for over a century to protest for what they believe in,” said a signed letter from the Capitol Square Starbucks.
“I will not stop fighting for better, fairer maps for the people of this state who shouldn’t have to wait any longer than they already have to ensure their voices are heard,” Gov. Evers said.
As UW-Madison’s campus-wide mask mandate expires on March 12, some UW Housing student employees are concerned over the lack of protection and staffing issues.
Attorney General Josh Kaul and several partners announced that they will distribute 975,000 child ID kits in Wisconsin.
As the holder of the second-highest executive office in a state, Barnes claimed to have gotten a good feel of “the vibes” of the Red Gym, adding that he would be “more than happy to come back.”