Jason Joyce

Bio

Jason Joyce has lived in Madison for over 30 years, starting as a student at UW-Madison. After working at Isthmus for 15 years, where he oversaw digital operations and wrote a sports column, he took over as news editor at The Capital Times in 2013.

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The story has been changed to correct that inaccuracy. The Cap Times regrets the error.

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Politifact ran the union's claims through their process and the reporting for this story allowed them to respond to the assertion that two years of Walker's tenure is not enough data to be able to say that crime is on the rise.

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Headline has been changed to more accurately reflect the 7th Circuit Appeals Court's decision.

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That line of reasoning is definitely not included in this report. Elsewhere, it has been reported that low income African Americans are often jailed for offenses that their middle class and white counterparts are not. Speak with any African American man and he will tell you about Driving Whi…

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This report focuses on ranking statewide. Certainly Madison has its own problems in this area, but the "Race for Results" report attempts to bring the issues addressed in last year's "Race to Equity" report to the rest of the state due to promising developments in Madison.

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Polling has nothing to do with population density, only likelihood of voting. The argument is always in whether polls fairly represent the electorate with the number sampled. But the fact that Marquette is well regarded, and quoted, by both Republicans and Democrats should tell you about its…

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The street's one way. The sidewalk is obviously both ways.

Jason Joyce

To which statute are you referring? Where does it say in state law that bicyclists "have the same responsibilities as motorists?" I'm not arguing with you, but that is something that is heard often, yet I've never actually seen where it's law. I think what Ross is saying is that, i…

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One of Assad's ideas is to have Mellowhood people working in the schools, even simply as hall monitors. That wasn't in the story, but Assad told me he'd like to see it in two years.

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At this point, Mellowhood is not a 501(c)3, but it's on his list of priorities. I've been telling people to contact Common Wealth Development or Orchard Ridge United Church of Christ.