U.S. Reps. Paul Ryan, Jim Sensenbrenner, Glenn Grothman, Sean Duffy and Mike Gallagher, R-Wis., all voted for the American Health Care Act.
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Madison police are searching for a man who reportedly pulled a knife on an employee at a State Street hookah shop Wednesday night when he was caught shoplifting.The 20-year-old female employee was not hurt.Police responded to the incident at Azara Hookah, located on the 400 block of State Street, around 9:02 p.m., Madison Police Department Sgt.
Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, introduced a bill Thursday to curb non-consensual condom removal, better known as “stealthing.”
Just one week after state Republicans introduced a bill to harshly punish students who protest and disrupt speeches or presentations, lawmakers have launched separate and potentially harsher “free speech” legislation.
A Madison lawyer and longtime Democratic donor announced Monday he will run to take a conservative justice’s seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Both houses of the Wisconsin state Legislature passed nine bills that target the state’s opioid epidemic Tuesday, and Gov. Scott Walker said he will sign the bills into law.
In April, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., sat down for with The Daily Cardinal an hour-long interview to discuss issues surrounding the university, Wisconsin and the nation as a whole.
The waiting is truly the hardest part, at least according to stakeholders in the biennial budget.But after months of speculation, agency hearings, more speculation and public hearings, the state's powerful Joint Finance Committee is slated to begin debating Monday the actual budgets for several state agencies.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., and other senators called Tuesday for the legislation to include funding for the growing opioid crisis, while Congress attempts to avoid a government shutdown.A type of appropriation legislation, called a continuing resolution, is being negotiated in Congress to avoid a shutdown.Unless Congress proposes a new spending bill and President Donald Trump signs it into a law, the federal government’s funding will run out Friday at midnight. Issues over many aspects of the legislation have been debated, including Trump’s contentious promise to establish a border wall with Mexico.Members of both parties in Congress are to agree on a new spending bill.
To save state money and generate an estimated $60 million in revenue to successfully fulfill his K-12 funding plan, Gov.
Following Canada's recent trade policy that hurts sales of American milk, Gov. Scott Walker spoke with President Donald Trump Tuesday about how to address the financial threats Wisconsin farmers face.Through the new policy, Canada has incentivized its domestic dairy industry to use Canadian products by significantly lowering the cost of ultrafiltered milk to outprice that of U.S.
In the midst of a legislative fight over allowing people to carry concealed guns without a permit, Gov. Scott Walker signed legislation Monday that makes concealed carry permits good for five years.
A potential shortfall in the state’s transportation fund threatens to create tension in the party ranks as Republican state lawmakers debate the logistics of Gov. Scott Walker’s budget priorities.
A key UW-related budget proposal may be in danger, as several Republican lawmakers have voiced opposition to Gov. Scott Walker’s five percent tuition cut proposal for the state’s public universities.
A man reportedly fired a gun into the air multiple times outside of a State Street bar early Thursday morning.James Slattery, of Fitchburg, was taken into custody on tentative charges of endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon and carrying a handgun where alcohol may be served, Madison Police Department Lt.
Congressional leaders, including U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., focused on addressing the political, economic and cultural concerns facing Wisconsin amid a changing economy during a discussion at Memorial Union Thursday.The panel met to talk about issues ranging from declining union membership, stagnant wages and job loss to racial disparity and public school funding.The panel included U.S. Reps. Pocan, Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., Mark DeSaulnier, D-Calif., and Donald Norcross, D-N.J., as well as education, labor and policy professionals from around the country.
With over 5,000 residents throughout Wisconsin having an unstable living arrangement every night, a committee in the Legislature considered a series of bills that address homelessness in a hearing Tuesday.The Assembly Committee on Public Benefit Reform discussed a package of Republican bills introduced last week that were initially criticized by Democrats as being a “cosmetic solution” that would not provide any real improvements for families currently living on the streets.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order while visiting Wisconsin Tuesday to aid American workers by limiting the number of highly skilled foreign workers that technology companies can hire.Trump signed the directive at Snap-on Inc., a large tool manufacturer in Kenosha, Wis., where he gave a speech highlighting the importance of manufacturing.
The next time you get a notification that your food order arrived, a robot could be waiting at your door.
A Greek tragedy with a contemporary spin to it came to life earlier this month when Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, was whisked away from a State Street gyro shack by a downtown resident who had no recollection of the incident the next day.