The La Crosse County Board on Thursday voted in favor of a resolution in support of Medicare-for-All-style legislation.
Weber Holdings, People’s Food Co-Op and Aquinas Catholic Schools were among the beneficiaries.
La Crosse Common Council will vote Thursday on plans that could pay millions to developers.
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The school board voted in favor of forming a committee as the first step in a process of evaluating the contract with police.
Restorative justice offers an alternative model to traditional, punitive systems of discipline in schools.
Glenn Stanton, of Focus on the Family, has a long history of making anti-LGBTQ statements.
The board will vote on starting the process of investigating the $250k contract with police.
Council members and city officials responded with condescension to our concerns. We won’t let that happen again.
The project to build a combined police and fire station now moves to the common council for a vote next Thursday.