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The crisis of Syrian migrants is one of the hottest potatoes in the media bucket today throughout the world. We wonder and worry about this particular phenomenon–what could be the outcome of this exodus? What forced these civilians to roam so far? Is there anything we can do for them? How should we handle the situation?
State Rep. Joe Sanfelippo, R-New Berlin, introduced a proposal Monday that would enable Gov. Scott Walker to appoint the superintendent of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction with consent of the state Senate.
Legislative leaders said Friday they would take up a bill next month that would exempt many political crimes from the purview of secret John Doe investigations.
Mad City Frites opened in July 2014 and faces opposition from Madison Mayor Paul Soglin over an alcohol license.
It’s difficult to imagine that Art Paul Schlosser’s Wikipedia page was written by anybody other than Art Paul Schlosser. The page of the local Madison legend is riddled with typos and curious unsourced tidbits of knowledge about his personal life, reading more as an autobiography than an informational web page.
State Rep. Chris Taylor, D-Madison, held the first of a three-part series of district office hours on State Street Friday to hear constituents’ concerns regarding the state budget.
A legislative committee questioned representatives from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Wednesday after an audit showed the agency mismanaged funds and did not follow state statute.
Emails released Tuesday showed that Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, drafted a bill modifying the open records law even though a similar proposal was removed from the state budget.
Records released by a liberal advocacy group Tuesday show Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, continued to pursue controversial changes to the state’s open records law even after they were struck from the state’s budget.
A bill that would stop politicians from accruing any new sick leave cleared a Senate committee Tuesday, making way for the bill to be voted on in the full Senate.
UW-Madison officials have said an amendment passed Friday banning the use of fetal tissue could hamper research efforts.
Fetal tissue acquired before 2015 could be used for research under an amendment proposed Friday to a bill which would have banned that practice along with future acquisition of fetal tissue.However, UW-Madison Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education Marsha Mailick said in a statement the change would still hinder research efforts."Setting a 2015 sunset would close the door on countless treatments and cures and put our scientists and state biomedical industry at tremendous disadvantage," Mailick said in the statement.
Former U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., held a roundtable discussion with students Friday at Ian’s Pizza on State Street to talk about college affordability and student debt.
Legislative Democrats introduced a bill Thursday that would give the state greater ability to combat what they say are some of the highest health insurance rate increases in the nation.
The super PAC backing Gov. Scott Walker for president released its first television ad Thursday, which will run on major Iowa networks until the state’s caucus in February.
The Ohio State Buckeyes wrapped up last season with 13 straight wins and won the inaugural College Football Playoff. As the first ever unanimous No. 1 in the preseason AP poll, they don’t show any signs of slowing down. Everyone and their mother is predicting that they are a shoo-in for the Playoff this season as well. Prediction, though, is a fickle beast.
Another year, another chance to argue which team is the best in the Big Ten. We polled 10 members of our staff and made the surprising discovery that it’s really not much of an argument nowadays.1.
An Assembly health committee heard testimony on two bills Wednesday that would further restrict Planned Parenthood’s operations in Wisconsin.