Scott Bauer, Associated Press Updated 7:10 am, Sunday, May 27, 2018 BEAVER DAM, Wis. (AP) — Southern Wisconsin cattle farmer Diane Mills-Frank just wants to know who her party's candidate for governor will be. She and other frustrated Democrats are having a hard time navigating the glut of candidates — 10 serious and a half-dozen not as much — who are looking to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker in November. "People are just popping up," said Mills-Frank, whose 100-acre cattle and hay farm rests along the Beaver Dam Lake, about 40 miles northeast of the state capital, Madison. "They fill out the paperwork to run for governor and everyone's like 'Who's that?'" There's no sign any of the main Democratic candidates will drop out before the Aug. 14 primary. They are gathering Friday for the Wisconsin Democratic Party convention in Oshkosh, where they hope to win over hundreds of party activists — many of them undecided. Recommended Video: Now … [Read more...] about In Wisconsin, do too many Democrats want to be governor?
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This year’s list of Legal Rebels continues our tradition of celebrating those men and women who are remaking their corners of the legal profession–finding new ways to practice law, represent their clients, adjudicate matters and train the next generation.This year’s Rebels–nominated by our readers and staff–are a diverse group tackling many different challenges, but all using smarts and commitment to accomplish goals for practitioners and clients.What you see in the following pages are snapshots of and brief introductions to our honorees. Go here to read their full profiles, see more photos and contribute your ideas for freeing up thinking through Box Breakers. You’re invited to take a look at past honorees at LegalRebels.com.It’s our seventh year naming Rebels, but we know there are many trailblazers who laid the groundwork for those we honor today. In the coming months, we’ll be featuring those Legal Rebel Trailblazers in the magazine, … [Read more...] about Meet our 2015 Legal Rebels
Mar 29, 6:43 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Madhur Dave @mad_dhoor 03/27/19 AT 5:19 AM A man was arrested and charged for fatally shooting his ex-wife in the presence of their five-year-old daughter. He was charged with first degree intentional homicide Tuesday. Stacia Hollinshead, a 30-year-old prosecutor from Sycamore, Illinois, was shot Saturday by her ex-husband, Ulisses W. Medina Espinosa, 31. The shooting took place in Medina Espinosa’s parental home in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, when Hollinshead took the girl there to meet her grandparents. The man's mother called the police after she saw Hollinshead lying on the kitchen floor with Medina Espinosa tossing a gun in the sink.Police were called to the house and Hollinshead was pronounced dead at the scene. They believe the child was in the living room when the incident happened. Hollinshead suffered 15 gunshot wounds … [Read more...] about Man Shot, Killed Ex-Wife In Presence Of Their 5-Year-Old Daughter
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Environmental Protection Agency 111(d) Proposed Rule The Environmental Protection Agency held pubic hearings in Atlanta, Denver, Washington, and Pittsburg the last week of July to consider the Clean Power Plan.The June 2 proposed rule would require the nation’s fleet of existing power plants to reduce CO2 emissions 30 percent by 2030 from a 2005 baseline. Instead of establishing uniform targets for specific types of electric generating units, the Section 111(d) rule establishes state-specific targets for CO2 reductions based on a formula that takes into account the degree of emission reductions the agency has determined is achievable through the implementation of Best System of Emission Reduction at each of the states’ fossil-fueled power plants. The formula considers four potential carbon reduction building blocks:Making fossil fuel power plants more efficientUsing low-emitting power sources more frequentlyExpanding zero- and low-carbon power sourcesUsing … [Read more...] about Energy & Environmental Law Update – August 11, 2014