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  • David Michael Miller

    Celebrating the death of polling

    As political polling becomes less and less reliable, it’s undergoing a crisis of confidence. Politicians may actually have to say what they think. This is good for democracy and especially good for liberals. more »

    Jul 1, 2015 Citizen Dave

  • David Michael Miller

    Under the influence

    Ald. David Ahrens wants to forbid lobbyists from serving on any of the city's committees or commissions. more »

    Jun 30, 2015 News

  • Tommy Washbush

    Traveling to Taliesin and beyond

    A special state roadway designation may soon help tourists celebrate the architectural wonders of Frank Lloyd Wright. The initiative is part of the pending Wisconsin biennial budget. more »

    Jun 26, 2015 News

  • Paulius Musteikis

    Homegrown diversity

    Teachers in the Madison Metropolitan School District are about 88% white compared to 44% of students. A new teacher training program aims to reduce that disparity by targeting minority students who will one day teach in Madison schools. more »

    Jun 25, 2015 News

  • Joe Rocco

    Goodbye, Oscar Mayer?

    Oscar Mayer has been a Madison institution for almost a century and remains Dane County’s largest manufacturer. But the company’s days may be numbered as Kraft prepares to merge with Heinz. Jay Rath reports on the impact the company has had here. more »

    Jun 25, 2015 Isthmus Cover Stories

  • ‘Equal dignity in the eyes of the law’

    People in Dane County celebrate Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court’s decision legalizing same-sex marriage across the country. more »

    Jun 26, 2015 News

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