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Looking Ahead to the New Session

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By State Representative, Leon D. Young - As we all know, the November presidential election was both shocking and a bitter pill to take. Republicans literally ran the table on the federal level in Washington, and in state houses across the nation. State houses refer to which party holds
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Search for Office on African American Affairs Director

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By: County Executive Chris Abele - wnov Chris AbeleI have always been committed to tackling the challenges facing Milwaukee County, investing in sustainable programs and infrastructure that empower people to live better lives, and continuing to build the foundation for a stronger, healthier community. Milwaukee County’s new Office on
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It’s Time to Get to Work!

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By Senator, Lena C. Taylor - 860 WNOV wnov860.comLast week’s inauguration was a fun celebration. I’m grateful to my constituents for their support in allowing me to continue to serve you in the State Senate. Now, it’s time to get to work. That’s why my team has already drafted
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Warrant Withdrawal By The Numbers

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Judge Valarie HillBy Judge Valarie Hill Milwaukee Municipal Court Branch 1  - In November 2016, Milwaukee Municipal Court launched a pilot project known as Warrant Withdrawal Wednesdays where defendants could appear in court and have warrants withdrawn and driver’s license and car registration suspensions lifted. The court would
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Civil Rights At Risk Under Sessions

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By Jesse Jackson - wnov860.com rev-jesse-jacksonConfirmation hearings for Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump appointee to be attorney general of the United States, will begin on Jan. 10, before Trump is even inaugurated. The rush and insistence on only two days of hearings reflect Republican efforts to cram the
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