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As Scott Walker was honored for his executive orders on government transparency, an open records advocacy group debated his record on the matter.
State Rep. Chris Taylor, along with a colleague in the state Senate, introduced legislation on Friday to expand the resources available to UW students who have been victims of sexual violence.
Gov. Scott Walker signed off on a bipartisan bill on Monday which would significantly increase state support for rural public schools.
As the Senate prepares to hear a slew of legislation on their last day of activity, a new bill passed by the lawmakers down the hall could make tailgating make more difficult.
In an effort to prevent falsely inflated prices on common prescription drugs, Wisconsin lawmakers proposed a bill Tuesday that would give State Attorney General Brad Schimel increased power to hold drug companies accountable.
A state GOP leader is pumping the brakes on a prison reform bill, despite the measure’s bipartisan support and backing from Gov. Walker.
While the Supreme Court remains deadlocked in deciding the fate of Wisconsin’s electoral map, states around the country are being forced to defend their maps in court without much precedence.
As state Republicans debate school security policy, state Superintendent Tony Evers proposed a series of his own reforms to boost school resources and safety.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers talked to students about issues facing them at Coffee Bytes on Tuesday, as a part of the College Democrats’ new event series Coffee with Candidates.
As the election to fill a vacant state Supreme Court seat quickly approaches, judges Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock juggled their own partisan ties in the officially nonpartisan race.
As part of an effort to update voter information, the state elections commission may have improperly kicked voters off registration lists.
After a nonpartisan analysis of the UW system’s relationships with affiliated organizations, some lawmakers are calling for stricter legislative oversight when it comes to university relations with private foundations.
After a year-long audit revealed a UW campus violated policy in its relationship with a private group, some lawmakers are calling for more stringent regulations on university relations.
NEW YORK — As Brad Davison walked off the court for the final time in the 2017-’18 season, head coach Greg Gard was right by his side.
Freshman guard Brad Davison shot just 4-of-14 from the field as his phenomenal freshman season came to an end in a 60-63 loss to No. 1-seed Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament.
As a bill that would provide money for schools to hire armed security personnel makes its way through the Legislature, some worry that the primary effect would not be student safety.
Seven Dane County projects that will encourage development of housing for low-income individuals and families received millions in state tax credits this week.The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, which awarded a total of $13.4 million to projects across the state, announced Tuesday that it will give $3.4 million in low-income housing tax credits for these projects.
An anti-gerrymandering group led by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is suing Gov. Scott Walker for deciding against calling special elections to fill two vacant legislative seats.
Gov. Scott Walker signed into law a bill that would stabilize the health insurance markets created under the Affordable Care Act, just as Attorney General Brad Schimel sues to repeal the 2010 health bill.
After more charges have been filed in the 2016 homicide of a Milwaukee prison inmate, State Sen. Lena Taylor has called for more oversight and resources for the treatment of people incarcerated by the state.