PNS Daily News - April 24, 2017
We're highlighting several stories in today's news including: Congress returns from recess to a showdown over a border wall; immigrants may face the collateral damage of crime lab misconduct; and President Trump expected to move forward on offshore drilling.
MADISON, Wis. - A new novel called "Double Exposure" about an intersex teen athlete, explores bullying, and Wisconsin author Bridget Birdsall says the story is based on real experiences. The main character was born with ambiguous genitalia and raised as a boy. At age 15, to escape bullying, the y
MADISON, Wis. - Same-sex marriage is now legal in Wisconsin, following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to hear an appeal from Wisconsin and four other states on the issue. County clerks in several Wisconsin counties began issuing same-sex marriage licenses immediately after the decision was an
MADISON, Wis. – The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin has filed suit on behalf of four same-sex Wisconsin couples that want their legal out-of-state marriages to be recognized. One of the four plaintiffs is a couple that has been together for 37 years. Larry Dupuis, legal director
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - State Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Madison, on Tuesday addressed the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Caucus at the Democratic National Convention. Pocan, who is openly gay, is running for the state's 2nd District congressional seat, which is being vacated by Democrat Tammy Baldwin in
Madison, WI – A group of concerned educators is hoping to make the schoolyard bully go the way of the buggy whip and the five-cent candy bar. Name-calling and bullying in school can be devastating for those who are the target. No Name-Calling Week is aimed at focusing attention on the problem