Researchers must make sure their work is relevant and accessible to lawmakers, according to a panel of policy experts and politicians hosted on campus Monday.
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Amid a Democratic push to legalize medical marijuana, Wisconsin took what could be seen as a small step in that direction, as Gov. Scott Walker signed a related bill into law Monday.
A full transcript of The Daily Cardinal's interview with UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
The Daily Cardinal sat down with Chancellor Rebecca Blank, here are the highlights:
Men's tennis: Wisconsin Badgers look to pick up two Big Ten victories on the road, take on No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes Sunday
This weekend the Wisconsin Badgers will continue their Big Ten road trip against Penn State Friday and No. 2 Ohio State Sunday.Wisconsin is coming off of a bittersweet weekend, in which they swept Michigan State, only to reverse roles the next day and get swept by No. 14 Michigan 4-0.
Democratic state legislators held a public listening event on campus Thursday to air their concerns over Gov.
While home on congressional recess, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., held a town hall Thursday in Dejope Hall to answer questions from students and community members alike.
With immigration policy being one of the cruxes of the Trump administration, six UW-Madison economic professors penned a letter along with professors nationwide to President Donald Trump, detailing the economic benefits of immigration.Of the 1,470 professors to sign the bipartisan letter, six are from UW-Madison, and an additional 10 are from other Wisconsin schools.The letter addressed concerns over the Trump administration’s isolationist immigration policy and outlined positive gains derived from immigration.
Fifty-five members of Congress—including U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis.—wrote a bipartisan letter to President Donald Trump requesting him to clear his plans with Congress before deepening military involvement in Yemen.
In an effort to ensure all Wisconsin citizens have access to clean drinking water, two Republican legislators introduced a bill Monday that would provide more resources for residents who have contaminated wells or damaged septic tanks.State Rep.
Republican legislation that would end an agreement between the UW System and Planned Parenthood, and potentially impact the school’s training process for women’s health specialists, has sparked concerns from university officials.
The event will be held in the Lake Mendota Room of Dejope Hall from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s re-election chances are “mixed,” but Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is “in a more difficult place,” according to a UW-Madison expert.
Following a nearly year-long battle over late Antonin Scalia’s justice seat, U.S. Senate Republicans emerged victorious as Judge Neil Gorsuch was sworn in Monday.
A burglary of a gun store Tuesday has escalated into a nation-wide search for Joseph Jakubowsky, a Janesville-area man who has reportedly threatened to carry out an attack on an undisclosed location.
Men's tennis: Wisconsin Badgers face struggling Michigan State Spartans; face huge test against Michigan Wolverines
This weekend the Badgers head East to Michigan to face off against the Spartans on Saturday and the Wolverines on Sunday.Coming off of a weekend that saw Wisconsin take down No. 19 Northwestern, in one of the biggest wins in program history, and then fall to No. 28 Illinois in a disappointing showing, the Badgers sit in second place in the Big Ten.Michigan State has had a rough season thus far.
The state’s powerful Joint Finance Committee eliminated Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal Thursday that would have allowed UW System students to opt out of paying segregated fees.
Rather than crying over spilled milk, state legislators decided to take action to address the steady price decline of Wisconsin’s dairy industry by writing UW System President Ray Cross urging university researchers to find alternative uses for the dairy product.Wisconsin, championed as the dairy state, is one of the largest producers of milk in the country.
One of the largest referendums in state history passed in the Verona School District Tuesday in large part due to tech corporation Epic.
Crime victims could receive greater protections in the courtroom under a proposal announced Tuesday by state Republicans.The proposal is part of an amendment that would also allow victims to speak out at a greater number of court hearings and to refuse interviews with attorneys for suspects.The legislation, dubbed as “Marsy’s Law,” is part of an effort to increase victims’ rights nationwide.