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Monday, April 12, 2021

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Increase in state funding announced to speed road construction

Gov. Scott Walker announced Wednesday state funding to complete almost 50 town road and municipal street improvement projects throughout the state. Projects set to be financed are selected by recommendations from the statewide discretionary improvement committees, whose members were nominated by the Wisconsin Towns Association and the League of Wisconsin Municipalities.

A narrow group of voters could be able to vote without IDs, after a ruling from a federal court Tuesday.
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Federal court ruling could help those without voter ID cast their ballot

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously Tuesday that a lower court should consider whether certain demographics of voters who face more difficulty getting photo IDs are unduly punished by Wisconsin’s voter ID law. The ruling keeps the law in place but could open the door for those who cannot get voter IDs to find other ways to vote.

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STATE NEWS

Federal court ruling could help those without voter ID cast their ballot

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously Tuesday that a lower court should consider whether certain demographics of voters who face more difficulty getting photo IDs are unduly punished by Wisconsin’s voter ID law. The ruling keeps the law in place but could open the door for those who cannot get voter IDs to find other ways to vote.

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Patrick Sims

Chief Diversity Officer Patrick Sims says student involvement with the Diversity Framework will be essential to its success.

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Paul Soglin

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin argues for increased funding for city operating costs, coming from room tax revenues.

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