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Reasonable or proportional: Where Wisconsin policing stalls on use of force reform

Police reform has been part of the national conversation for years, but police killings haven't declined along with it. For years, police have killed three people a day on average nationwide--a rate that has remained fairly steady. In Wisconsin, in an eight-year period from 2013 to 2020, police killed an average of about one person every three weeks--or 130 people during that time frame.

A beating, a broken jaw, and $100K+ in medical bills: How COVID-19 court delays put one victim's life on hold

After a drunken fight, one man walked away with massive injuries and two others with battery charges. Today, Pennau is saddled with medical bills he can't pay and a failing credit score and financial setbacks he can't get out of. He believes that wouldn't be the case if it weren't for case delays brought about by COVID-19.

Corporate giants pull funding from GOP lawmakers who voted to overturn election. Will Wisconsin-based business spenders follow suit?

A growing number of national companies heavily invested in political spending are distancing themselves or withdrawing support for members of Congress who voted last week to block the certification of President-Elect Joe Biden’s electoral victory. Some, like Facebook, Google and Microsoft, have announced plans to put all of their political donations on pause.

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