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We’re always told by the NRA how responsible gun owners are, writes Caffeinated Politics blogger Gregory Humphrey, so how do you explain the theft of deadly weapons  from three unlocked vehicles in Madison in just the past few weeks?, he wonders.

Empower Wisconsin’s M. D. Kittle contends that Wisconsin’s health secretary, Andrea Palm, keeps pushing local lockdowns. The blogger challenges Palm’s assertion that local rules are not impacted by last week’s state Supreme Court decision.

Vermont State Sen. Chris Pearson, in a column that posts on WisOpinion, argues that Wisconsin, especially as a battleground state, should join 16 other states in awarding all its electoral votes to the candidate who wins the national popular vote. Under the current system we don’t elect our president by popular vote, only the votes from battleground states, he points out. 

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