Free Content for Members
Through partnerships with WisPolitics.com, Discover Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Policy Forum, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association provides content for publication by its members as a free service. Any questions should be emailed to WNA Member Services Director Julia Hunter.
The Capitol Report, produced by WisPolitics.com — a nonpartisan, Madison-based news service that specializes in coverage of government and politics — provides a weekly analysis of issues being debated in Wisconsin state government. It is underwritten by the WNA and produced exclusively for its members. WisPolitics President Jeff Mayers is a former editor and reporter for the Associated Press and a former political writer for the Wisconsin State Journal.
EDITORS NOTE: The byline should ready By WisPolitics.com. Please also include the following tagline at the end of each column: “The Capitol Report is written by editorial staff at WisPolitics.com, a nonpartisan, Madison-based news service that specializes in coverage of government and politics, and is distributed for publication by members of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.” The WisPolitics logo can be downloaded here.
June 14, 2018: Gubernatorial candidates vie for democratic nomination
May 31, 2018: Abrahamson leaves legacy to remember
A 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. The Discover Wisconsin logo can be downloaded here.
May 31, 2018: Top spots for families visiting Wisconsin Dells
Weekly facts from the Wisconsin Policy Forum, the state’s leading resource for nonpartisan state and local government research and civic education.
EDITORS NOTE: Fiscal Facts replaces WISTAX Facts, which was produced by the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. The Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance and Public Policy Forum merged on Jan. 1, 2018, and are now the Wisconsin Policy Forum. The Wisconsin Public Policy Forum logo can be downloaded here.
June 15, 2018: Local governments shift spending away from road maintenance
May 31, 2018: More Wisconsin Communities Turn to Wheel Taxes