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"Voters need to pay close attention to not get hoodwinked by political ads featuring made-up stories."
The changes follow a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Cap Times investigation in March that found Guard units have buried sexual assault allegations, withheld crucial documents from victims and retaliated against women who have come forward.
The ad in question features a Kenosha businesswoman who claims that Evers did not send sufficient help to Kenosha until after two people died during riots 12 months ago.
Dear Editor: Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser said repeating a lie doesn’t make it true, referring to misinformation about rioting followi…
Dear Editor: My daughter was grateful to receive a letter from our Sen. Tammy Baldwin, who responded to her concerns over the Air Force decisi…
The U.S. Air Force last year selected Truax Field to host a squadron of the fighter jets, and construction of a simulation facility was slated to begin in May in anticipation of the 2023 arrival of the F-35s.
President Joe Biden ordered the deployment.
"Evers answered every call and did everything he could within his powers to assist Kenosha County in its time of greatest need."
Among the things elected officials who represent Kenosha County are bickering over is the role Donald Trump did — or did not — play in ending the riots.
Wisconsin Republicans continue blaming Evers for not activating Guard sooner last summer in Kenosha. But the National Guard says it couldn't have acted any faster than it did.
The funds were diverted back in 2019 to help pay for border barriers as part of Trump’s national emergency declaration.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s questions to the top National Guard general mirrored those raised by a Cap Times and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation in March that found a decades-long pattern of Guard units burying sexual harassment and assault allegations and retaliating against women who have come forward.
The complaint does not allege they committed any violent acts while in the building.
This State Journal editorial ran on April 21, 1991:
The police chief in a Minneapolis suburb where a Black man was fatally shot during a traffic stop said Monday that he believes the officer who fired intended to use a Taser, not a handgun.
A Cap Times investigation that included interviews with nearly a dozen sexual assault victims nationwide, found that they wait, on average, two years to get records involving their own case, often delaying them from contesting findings and filing complaints with civilian police or the Department of Defense.
Programs in Australia have helped victims address and recover from trauma from abuse. Could they offer a way forward for the United States?
Sexual assault in the military is nothing new, but the poor response by the National Guard stands out. Guard units have buried sexual assault allegations, withheld crucial documents from victims and retaliated against women who have come forward, including denying them career advancement, an investigation by the Cap Times, in conjunction with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, has found.
A Dane County resolution opposing the F-35 jets has been brought back after being stuck for about a year. One supervisor says the measure is still going "nowhere."
"For most of us in the 1960s, National Guard call-ups usually only lasted a few days. I can't imagine the sacrifices being made by today's Guard members."
Members of the National Guard have been allowed back into the Capitol Complex after outrage that guardsmen were banished to a parking garage as a rest area.
A Humvee, valued at $120,000, was recovered early Wednesday morning after it was stolen from a military facility on last week, according to officials.