Sign In
Create Account
Contact Us
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn You Tube

Free Content for Members

The Wisconsin Newspaper Association has partnered with various organizations to provide free content to members. If you have questions regarding the content below, please contact James Debilzen, WNA Communications Director, at 608-283-7623.


The Capitol Report

The Capitol Report provides a weekly analysis of issues being debated in Wisconsin state government. The column is underwritten by the WNA and produced exclusively for its members by, a nonpartisan, Madison-based news service that specializes in coverage of government and politics. Jeff Mayers, the president of, is a former editor and reporter for the Associated Press and a former political writer for the Wisconsin State Journal.

Download a high-resolution logo here.

Column for the Week of Oct. 23
Law enforcement backs standards for handling body camera videos

Column for the Week of Oct. 16
Bills seek to legalize hemp production

Column for the Week of Oct. 9
Supreme Court hears Wisconsin gerrymandering case


Discover Wisconsin

discoverwi-logo_300dpiA weekly column written by the staff of Discover Wisconsin highlights things to do and see throughout the State of Wisconsin. The column is accompanied by photos for use in print and online.

Column for the Week of Oct. 23
The Best Breakfasts in Wisconsin

Column for the Week of Oct. 16
Discovering a Hidden Gem Island Getaway in Wisconsin | Download Photos

Column for the Week of Oct. 9
10 Towns to Discover Along Wisconsin’s Great River Road | Download Photo


tax-factsWeekly facts from the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance, the state’s oldest and most respected private government research organization. Since 1932, WISTAX has been promoting better government and an informed citizenry through its publications, public outreach, and extensive school programs.

Download the WISTAX Facts logo

Column for the Week of Oct. 23
Wisconsin’s Shrinking Youth Population

Column for the Week of Oct. 16
New Budget Prioritizes Schools, Medicaid, Tax Relief

Column for the Week of Oct. 9
Public Engagement Diminishing at the Local Level

Thinking About Health

lieberman-trudy“Thinking About Health” by Trudy Lieberman is a twice-monthly column available to any WNA member newspaper. The column is distributed to 17 state newspaper associations through the “Rural Health News Service” and is funded in part by a grant from The Commonwealth Fund.

The Rural Health News Service was launched in 2012 by the Nebraska Press Association and designed to inform and involve rural readers in conversation and policy discussions around healthcare in their communities, which have been historically underserved.

Lieberman, a journalist for more than 40 years, is a contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review, where she blogs about health care and retirement at She is also a fellow at the Center for Advancing Health where she blogs about health at

Lieberman has had a long career at Consumer Reports specializing in insurance, health care and health care financing. She was also the director of the Center for Consumer Health Choices at Consumers Union. She is a contributor to The Nation, and has written a column about health and the marketplace for the Los Angeles Times. Lieberman began her career as a consumer writer for the Detroit Free Press where her reporting became a model for consumer writers across the country.

She holds a B.S. with distinction, and an honorary doctorate of humane letters from the University of Nebraska. In 2011, Lieberman was named the Soderlund Visiting Professor in the College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Nebraska where she taught public affairs reporting.

Column Released Oct. 16
Nibbling Away at the Affordable Care Act

Column Released Sept. 27
Medicaid Still a Target of Healthcare Reform

Column Released Sept. 12
Hospitals May Get Accredited Even With Poor, Unsafe Care

Subscribe to WNA’s eNewsletter.
Enter your email address and you'll never miss an issue.

WordPress Video Lightbox