By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – This Memorial Day weekend, while you enjoy your brats and your brew and the requisite extra day off, you probably won’t give a single thought to Lt. Alonzo Cushing. Why would you? He’s been dead for 150 years.
But the Wisconsin-born Civil War hero was a young man of [...]
General Motors doesn’t mind asking taxpayers for money to help. It’s a constitutional right, intimated a company spokesman.Read More →
By Travis Perry │ Kansas Watchdog
OSAWATOMIE — When lawmakers craft a piece of legislation, they rely on state departments to give an honest account of what it could cost.
But when it comes to making sense of these fiscal facts, critics say things aren’t always what they seem.Read More →
By William Patrick | Florida Watchdog
TALLAHASSEE – Floridians who plan on attending gun shows may want to check with their local sheriff’s department before they risk being accused of a crime.
In what could quickly become a broader trend, some local law enforcement agencies are beginning to enforce ordinances that call for universal background checks.Read More →
Pennsylvania next year faces about a $520 million budget gap, yet it’s still giving businesses millions in grants and tax credits.Read More →