Gregory St. Fort, an entrepreneur who has played a prominent role in Madison’s tech and startup scene, is stepping down as head of the downtown nonprofit. Claudia Seidenberg, who currently oversees operations with the group, will become its executive director.

As she left her post as president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Cecile Richards authored a book with Madison native Lauren Peterson called "Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead." Richards describes the book as "part memoir, part call to action," and she and Peterson will discuss it Saturday evening at the Madison Public Library's central location. 

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It might be easier for the political system if the U S. Supreme Court enunciated a rule measuring excessive partisanship that applied nationwide. But in the alternative, states can find a remedy state by state as they enact constitutional amendments or citizen commission laws as they deem appropriate.

When did seeking asylum in America become a crime? And why is Trump spreading lies about immigrants and Democrats and enacting a zero-tolerance policy that separated frightened children from their parents? This is nothing less than state-sponsored terrorism and it cannot be allowed to stand.

There are three murals located at the Neighborhood House Community Center, 29 S. Mills St., in Madison. The mural in the gymnasium started with kids doing research by talking with various neighbors and came up with a list of things for the project. Lance Owens, now director of ArtWorking, wo…

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