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Wisconsin campaign finance reform enters the realm of the possible

Mike McCabe remembers what it was like to go before the old State Elections Board and push for campaign finance reform. "They greeted us in an openly hostile fashion," recalls McCabe, executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. "We were treated like pond scum." >More
 Making polls accessible

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 No rest for the weary in Fitchburg

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 City of Madison bus fares to raise

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 Dane County supervisors want to make sustainability a higher priority

Chuck Erickson thinks it's about time Dane County got serious in its efforts to become more sustainable. >More
 Peter Theron vs. Rep. Tammy Baldwin

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 Absentee ballots missing school referendum

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 Ordinance to ban commerical truck idling

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 A coal plant wrapped in green

Dane County Supv. Brett Hulsey has always been an environmentalist. He backed the county's ban on phosphorous in fertilizer. He helped put $15 million in the county's 2009 budget for water quality initiatives. He's currently proposing a ban on diesel truck idling (see next item). >More
 City of Madison seeks ideas on new Downtown Plan

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