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Though Wisconsinites prepare to celebrate Earth Day this weekend, many conservationists fear the state has taken a step back when it comes to protecting the planet.
The state’s Joint Committee On Finance approved a plan to provide the UW System over $26 million in performance-based funds.The legislature created four major goals for the system to assess: ensuring student access, improving student progress and completion, expanding contributions to the workforce and improving efficiency.
Wisconsin families will soon be eligible to receive a $100 tax credit for every dependent child in the household under a major bill signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker Tuesday.
In a surprising late-season storm, much of Wisconsin was blanketed in snow, burdening residents with winter delays after several warm days hinted to signs of spring’s arrival.
In light of a state shortage in young, educated workers, Gov. Scott Walker has signed off on a $6.8 million advertising campaign to boost millennial interest in moving or staying in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin will receive $7 million in federal funding to boost election security measures, as state Democrats celebrate progress on a front they had seen little success on within the state government.
After several top Republicans declined to run to replace retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan, Democrats see an opportunity for another surprising legislative pickup.
For the first time since 1998 current Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will not represent Wisconsin’s First Congressional District This reality sparked speculation about who will replace Ryan in the House of Representatives come November.
In an effort to increase internet access across the state of Wisconsin, Gov. Scott Walker awarded broadband expansion grants to businesses and municipalities across the state.The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin awarded the new round of grants Walker announced Thursday.
The Daily Cardinal asked a student, farmers, an expert and the Wisconsin Secretary of Agriculture what they think is the future of Wisconsin’s agriculture.
In dairyland, unsurprisingly, some of the most active and influential political groups in the state are those that represent the agricultural industry.In the last two decades, agriculture lobbyists alone have shelled out about $7 million in political contributions, behind only financial institutions, business and real estate groups in their efforts to influence policy.
In January, Matt Kronschnabel, who graduated from UW-Madison in 2016, and three friends signed the deed to a four-acre organic farm in Viroqua, Wis. — in a region that saw the nation’s highest rate of farm bankruptcies last year, according to federal court data.
Watching her parents grapple with relentless financial insecurity driven by low commodity prices, coupled with ever-increasing costs of input, swayed DeGolyer against following their path.
“Not only do women make great farmers, but they also bring innovation, new ideas and hard work into this industry,” said Association of Women Agriculture Media Relations spokesperson Emily Matzke.
However, this advancement has caused large environmental problems for water contamination and soil health, most presently caused by the huge quantity of manure in this state.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will not pursue re-election, instead retiring after the end of his current term.
Conservatives celebrate the signing of Gov. Scott Walker’s welfare reforms into law, which increase the work requirements and other eligibility standards required to receive public assistance.
Gov. Scott Walker says he would take President Trump’s border militarization “a step further,” while Democrats criticize the narrative altogether.
While officials around the state try to make headway against the growing opioid crisis, Gov. Scott Walker signed two bills into law in an attempt to tackle different facets of the issue.