Wisconsin officials are on opposing sides regarding Gov. Scott Walker's stance on the state's infrastructure needs.
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Though the state approved a plan to close the controversial Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake juvenile prisons earlier this year, lawsuits over conditions at the facilities are above $20 million and rising.
Federal emergency aid is on its way to Wisconsin to help areas across the state recover from last month’s torrential flooding, after several Wisconsin legislators petitioned the Trump Administration for funding.
With the 2018-19 college football season just barely underway, most teams are still hopeful that this year is their year.
Madison Democratic Reps. Chris Taylor and Terese Berceau requested an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker’s flights around Wisconsin after a group accused the governor of using state funds for these trips.
With partisan nominations for governor, U.S. Senate, lieutenant governor, Congress and most of the state Legislature on the line, more Wisconsinites turned out to vote in Tuesday’s primary election than any primary since 2002.Most major races saw longtime frontrunners pull away with expected victories.Democratic primary for governorState superintendent Tony Evers, who has been a consistent leader in name recognition, polls and party backing, pulled out a convincing win.With over 41 percent of the vote, Evers, a former school teacher, gathered more than twice the support of his opponents, trailed by firefighters’ union head Mahlon Mitchell with 16 percent and former state Rep.
In one of the most anticipated primary elections in recent years, Wisconsinites will head to the polls Tuesday to select their party’s nominees for a swath of key races coming in the general election.Seen as a major battleground in what will likely be a decisive midterm election, the state’s voters will decide who will make the ballot for governor, U.S.
The tuition freeze has been criticized in the past from both lawmakers and university officials. Arguments claimed the effects of ongoing funding cuts to the UW System have only been exacerbated by the tuition cap, and they have called on Gov. Walker to fund the freeze.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the lawsuit that sought to prove that partisan redistricting had disenfranchised voters, instead forcing the plaintiffs to prove their case first to a lower court before being heard again.
After courts ordered Gov. Scott Walker to call two new special elections, Democrats were able to pick up a surprising victory in the state Senate, while losing an opportunity to bolster their minority in the Assembly.
In what is expected to be the most crowded primary ballot in recent memory, the ten Democratic candidates for governor are using every opportunity to distinguish themselves from the rest.
Planned Parenthood opened the doors at their new Sheboygan location Monday, where they plan to offer certain abortions, early pregnancy complication assessments and other preventative healthcare.
When Genevieve Pfister and Samuel Fritz, who are both graduating this spring, became friends in their electrical engineering class last year, they were unsure where they would end up after graduation.
While the necessity of a college degree continues to rise, student debt is becoming an increasingly crippling burden for millions across the country.
After the state limited storm runoff regulation, some experts fear legislators created more problems than they solved.
As the 2018 election cycle heats up, millions of dollars have flooded into contested races around the country, several of which are in Wisconsin, as top donors seek to give a financial leg up to candidates of their choosing.
As the public debate over the impact of undocumented immigration rages on, a new study from a UW-Madison professor shows a negative relationship between the contentious phenomenon and violent crime.
For the second time this year, students and teachers around the country organized mass walkouts and protests to call on legislators to pass stricter gun control measures.
UW Regent Bryan Steil announced Sunday that he will run to replace retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan, making him the instant frontrunner in a GOP primary that previously lacked any prominent names.
In an effort to provide accessible health care to Wisconsinites, the state filed a request with the federal government to approve a $200 million healthcare reinsurance program Thursday, but state Democrats argue even more action is needed.