Wisconsin state representatives introduced a bipartisan bill Friday that would enable online voter registration in Wisconsin, according to a Monday press release.
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State Sen. Chris Larson, D-Milwaukee, announced his candidacy for Milwaukee County executive Monday, challenging incumbent Chris Abele.Larson, who has served as Milwaukee County supervisor and Senate minority leader, said that Abele has not addressed the needs of county residents and that he is running to “take the office back for the middle class.”"I'm running for county executive, because we need to restore power to the people," Larson said at his childhood home in Greenfield.
Students and faculty could carry concealed weapons on UW System and technical college campuses under a bill announced Monday.
The No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers (2-0-0 WCHA, 4-0-0 overall) continued their hot start to the season, as they pummeled Ohio State (0-2-0, 2-2-0) 8-0 Sunday afternoon, completing the two-game sweep to open conference play. outscoring OSU by a combined score of 15-0 between the two games.
Gov. Scott Walker’s approval rating in Wisconsin took a hit as a result of his presidential campaign, which ended last month.
Fresh off the national stage, any hopes of Gov. Scott Walker sliding back into his comfortable role as the equal parts loved, reviled and respected governor of America’s Dairyland were dashed by a new poll showing his approval rating at a record low 37 percent.Unpopularity being new territory for the former Tea Party golden boy, experts and legislators are bracing themselves, as he and his party decide how to respond.Walker’s approval started spiraling downward in November from a post re-election high of 49 percent.
Gov. Scott Walker appointed Judge Rebecca Bradley to the Wisconsin Supreme Court Friday to carry out the rest of Justice N.
The No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0-0 WCHA, 3-0-0 overall) continued their fast start from this past weekend by beginning conference play with a dominating performance in a 7-0 win over the Ohio State Buckeyes (0-1-0, 2-1-0) Saturday afternoon.
The proposed "Higher Ed, Lower Debt" bill, which received student backing at a Senate hearing Wednesday, would aid Wisconsin college students in refinancing their loans.
Two lawmakers are introducing a bill that would require transgender K-12 students to use the bathrooms assigned to their biological sex.
Transgender students would be required to use the bathroom or locker rooms that correspond to their biological sex under a bill circulated for co-sponsorship late Tuesday.
UW-Madison students packed a Senate hearing Wednesday to support a bill that would allow them to refinance student loans at a lower interest rate.
Assembly Republicans proposed a bill Wednesday that would split the board that regulates Wisconsin’s elections into two separate agencies.
A bill that would streamline and reform many aspects of the state’s civil service system was given its first public hearing in the Senate Tuesday, drawing the ire of the state’s public sector unions.The proposal, authored by state Sen.
Music scenes are fickle things. Artists in New York or Los Angeles will constantly create new music that zooms through the general population like fashion trends. If it’s already been done, it’s not worth talking about. Metropolitan areas with more than a million people have so much creative manpower crammed into such a small area that, by sheer luck, the right people can come together and make a sound the world has never heard before.
Madison police arrested a 43-year-old homeless man for attempted sexual assault early Saturday morning.
Representatives from 12 Pacific Rim countries finalized one of the most sweeping trade deals in decades Monday, drawing statements of support and criticism from Wisconsin’s congressional delegation.
Marty Beil, the face of 2011’s fight against Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial “budget repair bill,” died in his home Thursday at the age of 68.
State Sen. Van Wanggarrd, R-Racine, authored a bill to put restrictions on owning certain exotic animals.