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Yes. According to data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, flu shot rates in Wisconsin have fallen in the past couple seasons.
Yes. In a 2021 report commissioned by Gov. Tony Evers, scientists at the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts concluded that the state is getting warmer, “especially in the winter.”
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More than a year and a half after the expiration of his term, Dr. Frederick Prehn continues to occupy a seat on the Natural Resources Board, which sets policy for the state Department of Natural Resources.
If you request paper records and a government custodian tries to charge you 25 cents per page, push back.
Frank Lowry writes that absentee ballots do not provide enough room for the witness to record their complete address.
Gigafact, a new project, offers funding and tools to three nonprofit newsrooms to intercept unsupported claims and impact social media discourse.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking an Audience Director to lead audience development and digital marketing initiatives.
Former Wisconsin Watch intern Isaac Wasserman’s photo essay and story of life along Madison’s Starkweather Creek — one of the most polluted waterways in Wisconsin — received an honorable mention in the 2022 Nonprofit News Awards.