Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald pushed the state Senate to oust leaders of the ethics and elections agencies, while some officials deny they have the right to do so.
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Gov. Scott Walker outlined his legislative accomplishments and unveiled a new and surprising agenda in his State of the State address Wednesday.
Democratic lawmakers hope to recreate net neutrality in Wisconsin through a package of internet regulation bills.
Though a longtime opponent of Obamacare, Gov. Scott Walker is pushing a plan to prop up the program’s state marketplace following the removal of a key funding mechanism under the recently approved GOP tax plan.
Lawmakers want to revive a program to hire students to clean up and care for the state’s natural resources, while helping them manage tuition and debt.
As heat waves and cold fronts alike bombard the region, Midwest average temperatures are far below normal for the season.
After failing to reach an agreement on a spending plan, the Senate has triggered a closure of the federal government.
Democrat Patty Schachtner defeated Republican Adam Jarchow in a special election upset, denting the Republican majority heading into the 2018 midterms.
Mayor Paul Soglin plans to officially announce his candidacy for governor next week, entering a crowded field of Democratic hopefuls.
The Taco Bell on State Street will remain barred from serving alcohol after the city council voted to uphold Mayor Paul Soglin’s veto of an alcohol license for the restaurant.The council, which needed 14 votes to override the veto, had only nine.
The FCC’s net neutrality repeal could alter the internet’s power balance between consumers and corporations.
Former VP Joe Biden spoke on grieving his son and regaining purpose to a crowded venue in Madison on Sunday.
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U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., announced he would resign Thursday after pressure from colleagues over a series of alleged incidents of sexual assault and harassment.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken announced his intention to step down amid allegations of nonconsensual sexual misconduct.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., announced Thursday he would resign after pressure from his colleagues over alleged a series of instances of sexual assault and harassmen.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, announced the creation of the Blue Ribbon Commission on School Funding Wednesday, a part of a new initiative intended to reevaluate how education dollars are spent in the state.The legislative task force is aimed at examining how taxes are being spent on education and assessing what changes might need to be made to the existing system.The commission will be chaired by state Rep.
Following several allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct, more than 25 Democratic senators, including U.S.
Wisconsin Attorney Brad Schimel attended a UW-Madison College Republicans meeting Tuesday as a guest lecturer, with topics ranging from his recent activity as AG for the state Department of Justice to his take on the latest issues in the political spotlight.Schimel addressed his role in the ongoing Wisconsin district lines court case, in which Democratic voters accused the state of gerrymandering — the process of systematically establishing a political advantage by skewing district lines.
Six years after a sexual harassment and discrimination complaint was filed to Wisconsin’s Equal Rights Division by an aide, Wisconsin taxpayers spent $75,000 to resolve the settlement against former Democratic state senator from Milwaukee Spencer Coggs.Coggs, who is now Treasurer of Milwaukee, was accused of discriminating against one of his aides, Jana Williams, because of her race and gender.