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Friday, December 08, 2023

Katie Scheidt

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Board of Estimates further discussion on Judge Doyle Square project

Two Chicago-based companies appeared before the City of Madison Board of Estimates Wednesday evening to pitch their development ideas for the Judge Doyle Square project. Beilter Real Estate Services and Vermillion Enterprises, LLC both proposed hotels and retail centers for the area, which includes two blocks of land in between Monona Terrace and Capitol Square.


Community leaders announce Voter ID Month in Madison

Community leaders held a press conference Wednesday morning to announce March as Voter ID Month in Madison, an effort coordinated by VoteRiders and the Dane County Voter ID Coalition that aims to spread awareness of the new voter ID law passed in February. Senate Bill 295, which passed in early February, mandates that citizens must have a valid Wisconsin state ID, which includes driver’s licenses or state-issued voter IDs, in order to vote.

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While Gov. Evers has not yet signed the bill, it received wide bipartisan support in both chambers. Members of the Jewish community at UW-Madison say that recent studies have shown a lack of knowledge about the Holocaust. 



A new Senate bill would allocate $1 million in funding each year for Extension specialists at CALS. Gov. Tony Evers also said his upcoming budget would increase funding for the Division of Extension. 



Evers and Kaul asked the DOA to seek an outside law firm to prosecute PFAS polluters. The chemicals, which can be detrimental to human health, were recently found in Madisonian bodies of water. 

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