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US & Canada · Washington
Supreme Court takes Biden student debt relief case, holds program for now
The Supreme Court said Thursday that it will hear arguments in a case challenging the Biden administration’s student loan debt relief plan, but kept in place a lower appeals court’s injunction that prevents that program from taking effect for now.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 201 sources
US & Canada · Washington
Same-sex marriage bill advances one step closer to Senate passage
The Senate on Monday brought a bill to codify same-sex marriage protections one step closer to passage, voting to end debate on an amendment that features religious liberty protections sought by Republicans. See the Story
64% Center coverage: 106 sources
Business · Washington
Senate approves bill enforcing railroad labor agreement ahead of strike deadline, sends to Biden
The U.S. Senate voted Thursday to force four railroad unions to accept the terms of a labor contract. It was the first time in 30 years that the federal government wielded the power to prevent railroad strikes. Back in September, it looked as if tens of thousands of railroaders were ready to walk off the job.See the Story
62% Center coverage: 88 sources
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World Cup · Wisconsin
Is Brazil going to be Hexa? World Cup Seer scores the result and says whether the Canarinho national team will win the title
The U.S. Men's National Team is the underdogs in their Saturday World Cup match against Netherlands. Stefan's Soccer in Brookfield, Wisconsin, will host a family-friendly viewing party in a 4,200-square-foot heated tent in the parking lot. The Green Bay Distillery hosts the city's fan club for London's Arsenal F.C., and has expanded its hours.See the Story
Voter · Milwaukee
Milwaukee Election Official Who Sought Fraudulent Ballots Is Removed
Milwaukee Election Commission’s former deputy director Kimberly Zapata allegedly sent the ballots to Rep. Janel Brandtjen. Waukesha County Sheriff's Department says they’ve been investigating someone who requested military absentee ballots and sent them toBrandtjen since Monday.See the Story
41% Center coverage: 46 sources
Republican National Convention · Green Bay
Green Bay clerk sued over absentee voting law
A lawsuit for Green Bay clerk, Celestine Jeffreys, was heard in court today. Four non-Green Bay plaintiffs claim that the placing of absentee ballots was done behind closed doors. Under Wisconsin law, election observers can watch nearly every step of the voting process. The judge ordered Jeffreys to create another area where election observers could see the box.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Sotheby’s Will Auction a First Printing of the U.S. Constitution, One of Only Two in Private Hands
Sotheby's will auction the "Adrian Van Sinderen Constitution" in New York on Dec. 13. It's one of only 13 copies of the final text of the U.S. Constitution known to exist. The auction house estimates that the copy will sell for at least $20 million to $30 million.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Donald Trump · Wisconsin
Wisconsin Republican candidate Derrick Van Orden says 'leftists' can't be Christians
Derrick Van Orden is running in Wisconsin's open 3rd Congressional District. He called for a return to Judeo-Christian values that he said "this country was based on" He is a Donald Trump-endorsed retired Navy SEAL. The Bible Baptist Church lists homosexuality alongside bestiality and incest as "sinful perversions"See the Story
42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Milwaukee · Milwaukee
Milwaukee selected as site for Fiserv’s new global headquarters
Fiserv, Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson, and Governor Tony Evers announced the news. The new location will be situated at 640 Vel R. Phillips Ave. A news release states the global headquarters project will introduce 250 new jobs to the city, over five years, and a $40 million investment.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
US & Canada · Wisconsin
Dane County judge rejects request to allow partial witness addresses on absentee ballots in Wisconsin
A Dane County judge rejected a request to allow local election clerks to accept absentee ballots with incomplete or missing witness address information. Circuit Court Judge Nia Trammell said changing the state's absentee ballot certification rules this close to the Nov. 8 election would almost certainly create more confusion for voters.See the Story
Coverage: 7 sources
Voter · Wisconsin
Early in-person voting starting in Wisconsin amid lawsuits
The opening of the in-person voting period marks the beginning of the final two-week push to Election Day in the swing state. Voters can return absentee ballots on Election Day and also register at the polls. Nearly 259,000 absentee ballots had been returned as of Tuesday, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission.See the Story
46% Left coverage: 11 sources