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Madison first U.S. city to ban discrimination against atheists

Madison - This city in Wisconsin is now the first city in the U.S. to protect atheists and other non-religious people from discrimination thanks to an ordinance that was unanimously approved by the city council last Tuesday.

Wisconsin town to charge fine for schoolyard bullying

Parents who live in the town of Monona, Wisconsin will face fines if their kids are the subject of complaints about bullying on the schoolyard.

Rick van Beek runs triathlon carrying cerebral palsy daughter

Sanford - A father, Rick van Beek, 39, whose 13-year-old daughter Madison, suffers cerebral palsy, competed in the Sanford and Sun triathlon Sunday. Many, deeply moved by van Beek's show of love for his daughter, have named him the "father of the century."

Photo Essay: What democracy looks like in Madison Wisc. Mar. 2011 Special

Madison - The snapshots included in this photo essay were taken on Saturday March 12, 2011 in Madison, Wisconsin where it is estimated that well over 150,000 gathered in protest the recent decision regarding collective bargaining rights.

Photo Essay: Madison Wisconsin protest - The faces of democracy Special

These images were taken February 26 2011 during the afternoon protests against Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker's controversial 'Budget Repair Bill'.

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Rick van Beek carries Madison
Rick van Beek carries Madison
Protests in Madison  Wisconsin
Protests in Madison, Wisconsin
Demonstrators in the Wisconsin capitol building with various signs
Demonstrators in the Wisconsin capitol building with various signs

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