Milwaukee Inner-City Congregations Allied For Hope


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The organization—boasting nearly 40 member organizations representing Jewish, Islamic, Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Unitarian congregations—has chalked up many accomplishments in fulfillment of its motto since it was founded. Read more

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After seeing his promise to create 250,000 private-sector jobs in his first term in office fail utterly, Gov. Walker was no doubt happy to check off a different priority on his to-do list, but was he right in doing so? Read more

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Paul Masterson discusses Hanukkah, it’s history and traidtions; Milwaukee Jewish communities that affirm LGBTs; as well as the 2006 decision by the Jewish Conservative movement’s Committee on Jewish Law and Standards that congregations may ... Read more

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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) has agreed to provide $13.5 million for buses originating in Milwaukee’s central city that lead to job and retail centers in the western suburbs Read more

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Last week, a federal judge delivered what could be a huge victory for Milwaukee’s public transit users when he ruled that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Read more

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