La Crosse mayoral candidate Joe Konradt said “Indians” will have an unfair advantage if the Ho-Chunk Nation secures a property tax exemption at the River Point District site.
K.C. Cayo is running on a platform of stronger protections for tenants, reducing and reallocating police spending, and bringing queer representation to the La Crosse Common Council.
You won’t want to miss Ope! Publishing’s free zine on the mayoral candidates, which offers a unique perspective on the election.
Should we value the lives of lower-risk Americans over more vulnerable populations in other countries as we distribute COVID-19 vaccines?
Podcast: On the latest episode of The Indy, the team checks in with Joe, looks back on the Independent’s mayoral forum, and fact checks the fact checkers.
Mike McCabe: Today’s Republicans put themselves under a spell that has them denouncing democracy, denying science, cozying up to racists and domestic terrorists…and sentencing their own party to a slow and painful death
Peter Gorski: Let’s tax carbon at the source to encourage a shift away from fossil fuels and then redistribute those funds directly to the American people.
The workers who have kept Gundersen’s hospital running smoothly through the pandemic say they deserve a living wage.
The La Crosse company contributed $25,000 over recent years to a group that helped organize the protest that led to the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Rachel MacFarland found the immersive experience of binging on Sense 8 was akin to reading a book, and a very good one at that.