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What Do Republicans Have Against Milwaukee?

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By Senator, Lena C. Taylor LenaTUntil a few weeks ago, the state budget process had been like ripping off a Band-Aid; painful, but quick. Governor Scott Walker’s budget introduction back in February was a typical Walker budget. The bill was full of drafting errors and millions of
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Black Health Coalition to Recover from Funding Loss

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By AriPat-Mele Vaccaro When it broke that the Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin (BHCW) would lose 80 percent of its funding — funding used to help African American mothers — Milwaukee was left stunned. Without the grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), BHCW would have
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Nation Finding Ways to Heal After South Carolina Shooting

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By Karen Stokes ChurchAngry, confused, hurt, sad. These were some of the words that students participating in a prayer vigil at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) used to describe their emotions on the latest shooting tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina. Nearly 50 students from UWM, Marquette, Medgar Evers and
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