An analysis of eviction filings in La Crosse County in 2020 shows that the CDC eviction moratorium did work to a significant degree, but its still remains a difficult and tricky tool for renters and housing advocates to employ.
The Olympics happened, COVID is still ongoing and what happened to the State Departments Whiskey? All this and a dive into the new Eviction Moratorium on this episode of the Indy!
Indy 15: Oops all Senators. Will Mandela Barnes take the Democratic Crown? Will it be Lasry in 6? Listen to the new episode of the Indy to find out!
A few thoughts from one of our frequent contributors and podcasters this Sunday morning.
Join the Indy Crew as they sit down and talk about the new Wisconsin Budget, grumble about statements on it and do a reading series on whether or not to expand the Supreme Court.
Guaranteeing access to an attorney could substantially reduce the hundreds of evictions that take place in La Crosse County annually, and in the process reduce homelessness and free up resources now being spent on emergency housing.
On this 13th edition of the Indy Podcast, we sit down to read way into the plot and politics of the 2019 film Knives Out.
On this episode of the Indy, we sit down with on of Ron Kind’s rivals for the Congressional WI-3 seat.
Times are rough, Wisconsin Republicans are trying to block anything good. Take some time out to listen to us riff on it.
By Anthony Pahnke and Jim Goodman You’ve probably heard that $5 Billion from President Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus plan has been dedicated to farmers of color. Specifically, that designation is for “socially disadvantaged farmers,” which […]