Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: College Republicans look toward the future

Though midterms were not overly successful for Wisconsin's Republican Party, Supreme Court election reaffirms Republican success

UW-Madison Campus

Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly Robin Vos talks bipartisanship with College Republicans

Though he did not want Evers to win, Vos said finding common ground is important

Column

Republicans wonder if a majority of Wisconsinites should count in elections

Evers' cabinet picks show he is committed to representing all Wisconsinites — not just those who voted for him

Column

First Amendment does not unconditionally protect blocked Twitter users

Brief analysis of court cases reveal the complicated history of First Amendment protection on the public forum

Column

Political integrity is vital to democracy — discourse on Twitter must not be an exception

Politics on Twitter has its pitfalls, but now more than ever, constituents have the power to hold their leaders accountable

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Vos’ disrespect of open records laws detracts from functioning democracy

Despite open records laws, Vos refuses to release details of $850,000 legal contract regarding gerrymandering lawsuit

State of Wisconsin

Legislature passes lame duck bills limiting executive power

In a rare lame-duck session, the Wisconsin state Legislature passed a package of bills along party lines Wednesday morning limiting executive power and early voting.

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Evers, Democrats must build base to overcome Republican obstructionism

Only meaningful response to Republican stonewalling is to build broad, popular support for a progressive vision

State of Wisconsin

Under Walker’s new welfare package, recipients see increase in work requirements for food stamps, mandated drug tests

Governor believes assistance 'should be more like a trampoline and less like a hammock'

Column

Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos’ aggressive actions reflect his power-hungry nature

Although apologies have been issued, agenda behind his biting words still remains