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UW-Madison Campus

Domestic Violence Awareness Month brings UW survivor support systems to light

Events throughout October raise awareness of dating norms, campus survivor services

Capitol, Madison, State Capitol, Carroll St,

Lame duck laws prioritize political gains over system of checks and balances

Amid series of lawsuits, conservative legislature presses forward in restricting executive powers


Police officer shortage amid violent crime crisis demands law enforcement reform

Reallocation of funding, responsibilities would alleviate officer workload, benefit communities

City of Madison

Black man shot, injured by state officers during arrest in Madison

Quadren L. Wilson was shot at least five times in his back while unarmed


Department of Justice that rarely punishes police officers adds Rusten Sheskey to list

After shooting Jacob Blake in back seven times last summer, Sheskey won't face any criminal charges for his actions

State of Wisconsin

Jacob Blake files lawsuit against Kenosha Police Department

Blake says Kenosha officer violated Fourth Amendment rights in lawsuit

State of Wisconsin

Senator Kamala Harris visits Jacob Blake’s family in Kenosha

Harris encouraged Blake's family to take care of themselves and use their voices

UW-Madison Campus

Wisconsin joins lawsuit against ICE regulations on international students, UW supports litigation

'This unlawful policy pressures colleges and universities to provide in-person instruction regardless of whether it’s safe to do so,' Wisconsin attorney general says

UW-Madison Campus

Former U.S. attorney general talks criminal justice reform

America needs to rethink how it handles nonviolent offenders, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says


Nondisclosure agreements do not belong in Wisconsin’s Department of Justice

Attorney General Josh Kaul ended the harmful, chilling practice to silence First Amendment rights last month

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