You had to be born before Jan. 1, 1927 to get a free fishing license in Wisconsin. That date hasn’t changed since 1992.
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Congressman Glenn Grothman has never lost an election. Will a Democratic wave and a challenger named Kohl change that?
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Peeling back Beach Drive’s tony veneer…
And why not everyone is happy about it.
Larry Sussman shares a story about getting his dog back, and finding a glass half full.
Illustration by Johanna Goodman When West Allis Mayor Dan Devine campaigned door-to-door in 2008, he learned to say “My name is Dan Devine. I’m running for mayor.” In Spanish. Learning a foreign language is becoming a requirement for any politician with a constituency turning “browner,” a demographic term often used to describe the blending of racial, ethnic and cultural identities. As the makeup of West Allis grows more diverse – moving from a minority population of just 274 in 1970 to nearly 11,000 in 2010 – Devine sees an acceptance of the change. “Some residents say they noticed that their…