Wisconsin family awaits Supreme Court ruling in property-rights case

By   /  March 24, 2017  /  Federal government, News, Regulations, State Government, Wisconsin  /  2 Comments

For more than 40 years, high school government teacher Michael Murr has taught students about the work of the U.S. Supreme Court. On March 20, he and 20 family members saw it first-hand, as the high court heard oral arguments in Murr v. State of Wisconsin and St. Croix County — a property rights case […]

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Commentary: Tammy Baldwin special guest at liberal ‘dark money’ summit

By   /  March 24, 2017  /  Accountability, Commentary, Federal government, First Amendment, Free Speech, News, Politics & Elections, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

AP file photo

Baldwin was honored Wednesday at the “GiveGreen” reception honoring “climate champions” during the left’s “dark money” fest.

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Is the ocean ‘land owned or controlled’ by feds? Antiquities Act lawsuit aims to find out

By   /  March 24, 2017  /  Energy and Environment, Federal Government, Federal government, Massachusetts, News, Rhode Island  /  No Comments

A lawsuit argues that President Obama’s creation of a national monument in the Atlantic Ocean is beyond the reach of the Antiquities Act.

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Travis County sheriff cannot verify release of criminal illegals

By   /  March 23, 2017  /  Criminal Justice, Federal government, Immigration, News, State Government, Texas  /  No Comments

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says 142 charged suspects on requested immigration detainers were released from the Travis County jail.

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Town hall disruption crew now keeping out ‘uninvited’ guests

By   /  March 21, 2017  /  Accountability, Federal government, News, Politics & Elections, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

“They will be invitation only and will not be visible to the uninvited on Facebook or any other Internet search,” A group Facebook post noted

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Coalition urges Congress to implement dig-once policies to aid broadband growth

By   /  March 21, 2017  /  Federal government, National, News, Technology  /  No Comments

Creative Commons/Bill Burris

The proposal would require crews to install conduit — tubes designed to group and protect large amounts of wiring and fiber —while building federally funded highways.

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