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Wisconsin Republicans prefer neurosurgeon Ben Carson over his presidential opponents according to statewide poll results released Thursday, while their dissatisfaction with Gov. Scott Walker has remained stagnant since September.
Over 100 people crowded a Capitol hearing room Thursday to testify on a bill that would require transgender K-12 students to use the bathroom corresponding to their biological sex.
The Menominee Nation filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in an effort to grow industrial hemp on tribal lands.
It was a tough week, but now it’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy all of the entertainment that this weekend has to offer.
In light of the terrorist attacks in Paris, conservative America chomped at the bit to try and use the tragedy to rationalize why we shouldn’t invite Syrian refugees into our nation. Without waiting for all of the details of the horrific event to come out (including the fact that the attacks were primarily executed by European nationals), conservatives had already made up their minds that opening our country to refugees is to invite the Islamic State to our doorstep.
Fanny Garver Gallery will close its State Street location in February in order to downsize to a smaller space on South Bedford Street.
An Assembly committee heard testimony Wednesday on a proposal to end the state’s 32-year-old restriction on nuclear power plants, as proponents of the bill argue it is necessary to diversify the state’s energy options.
A northern Wisconsin tribe has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice for the right to cultivate industrial hemp.
State Sen. Mary Lazich, R-New Berlin, is co-authoring a pilot program to gather statistics on violence in schools.
The state Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday on a case that could change the balance of power between the governor and the head of the state’s school system.
Legislative Republicans announced Tuesday a new bill to track crime and student safety in public schools statewide, as part of a larger effort to hold institutions accountable for violence on their campuses.
Russ Feingold called for increased funding for intelligence efforts in a statement Sunday.
Gov. Scott Walker announced Monday he will oppose the settlement of Syrian refugees in Wisconsin.
More than 5 percent of Madison residents commute by bicycle, utilizing 75 miles of bike paths.
Paris. That word does not resonate the same way that it did before Nov. 14, 2015. A terrorist attack believed to be orchestrated by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) killed more than 120 people at six different locations outside of the capital by suicide bombs, as well as shootings.
The Wisconsin GOP just doesn’t seem to know when they’re fighting a losing battle. With the decision from the Supreme Court this past summer and the backlash following the Religious Freedom Act in Indiana earlier in the year Republicans have been fighting a losing battle when it comes to LGBT rights. With 59 percent of American citizens supporting same sex marriage, Republicans are showing just how out of touch they are with everyday people. The Wisconsin Assembly has been the latest target for discriminatory legislation. Several weeks ago, Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) introduced Assembly Bill 469, an attempt to restrict transgender use of gendered restrooms in schools. Regardless of how Rep. Kremer and the other supporters of this legislation may spin it, this bill is an attack against the transgender community and LGBT Wisconsinites as a whole.
Gov. Scott Walker and other Republican leaders signaled Monday that Wisconsin will not be accepting any Syrian refugees following Friday’s terrorist attacks on Paris which left 129 people dead.