What we’re reading on Friday morning.
Debate over Waukesha’s application to use Lake Michigan water is back in the news. Years ago, the effort seemed quixotic, but now it’s chugging toward a final decision. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett remains a supporter. And an op-ed in the Star Tribune by a Wisconsin legislator and another from Minnesota calls on the neighboring state to block the application.
Did you know circuit court judges make $131,187 a year (almost as much as Gov. Scott Walker)?
MPD has launched something like Google Maps for locating sex offenders.
Satanists weigh in on the presidential race.
Wired has a big space issue and here is a long, reflective story on the future of private space travel in the U.S., which is now largely synonymous with the future of all space travel in the U.S.