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Redistricting shows promising decade for GOP in Wisconsin

The Republicans likely have carte blanche to write a favorable legislative and Congressional map for the next ten years. Who's going t >More
 Brunch Links: November 10

A daily digest of local and state news. >More
 Peter Barca elected to lead Assembly Dems

The Wisconsin political veteran beats youngster Gordon Hintz to head the minority caucus. >More
 Will Wisconsin become a right-to-work state?

Republicans will likely push right-to-work legislation aimed at decreasing union membership in Wisconsin and depleting the coffers of organized labor. >More
 Gordon Hintz vs. Peter Barca for Assembly Dem leader

An old bull goes head to head against a youngster to lead the Dems smallest Assembly caucus since the 1950s. >More
 Why don't Dems run anti-Walker ads on high-speed rail?

Scott Walker is between a rock and a hard place on high-speed rail. The Democrats first job is to let voters know it. >More
 Brunch Links: November 9

Inappropriate jokes at City Surplus Committee, the future of high-speed rail and the State Street Fruit Stand comes to an end. This is brunch links, a daily digest of state and local news items. >More
 Will Walker chart a new path for UW?

What does a Republican administration mean for the future of UW? Will cuts in state support necessarily mean decline for UW? >More
 So what's the deal with high-speed rail?

Is is unlikely that Doyle is going soft in the last two months of his political career. More likely is that he is playing even harder, and for even greater keeps. >More
 Ann Althouse understands gay Republicans

Why on earth would gay voters have a distaste for Republicans? >More
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