President Donald Trump signed a bill into law on Thursday, authored by Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, intended to protect whistleblowers reporting on illicit activities within government agencies.
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To decrease the number of untested sexual assault kits in Wisconsin, then-Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen formed a team in 2012 to address the issue. By May 2014, the state Department of Justice discovered over 6,000 sexual assault kits had gone untested state-wide.
Although Gov. Walker signed the two-year state budget into law over a week ago, the UW System is still figuring out how the budget affects one of its programs targeted at non-traditional students.
Gov. Scott Walker issued 99 partial vetoes of the state’s two-year budget on Wednesday, rejecting several highly-anticipated additions to the bill, which was written by the Republican-held Wisconsin Legislature.
Without a clear idea if the state Senate has enough votes to pass the state’s two-year budget, the overdue spending bill lurched forward with passage in the state Assembly Wednesday with five GOP lawmakers voting against.
As Florida prepared for Hurricane Irma, Gov. Scott Walker signed an executive order on Friday which called on the Wisconsin National Guard to assist in emergency services and response efforts in the south.
Wisconsin lawmakers continued disagreements over road funding Monday, the day before the Assembly Transportation Committee has a meeting to discuss the proposed transportation budget.
State politicians and community members met Monday to discuss concealed carry on UW System schools’ campuses, with a bill allowing for so-called campus carry potentially looming next year.
Republican incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson battled Democratic former Sen. Russ Feingold for the Wisconsin Senate seat Tuesday, winning a second term despite trailing in every poll before Election Day.
Paul Ryan addressed rumors that he would step down as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Monday, calling for unity from the Republican party before voters head to the polls Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., called on FBI Director James Comey in a letter Friday to release more information about the new developments with Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Students began casting their first votes in the 2016 election Monday, as early voting began at two campus locations.
Donald Trump traveled to Green Bay Monday to continue his campaign with a rally at the KI Convention Center, lashing out at what he claimed to be large-scale voter fraud.
In a blow to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Monday he would no longer defend or campaign for Trump.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday to end the controversy surrounding the John Doe saga, opting not to hear a legal challenge to extend the investigation of Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump faced off in a heated debate Monday discussing issues ranging from racial divisions to job growth to trade deals.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin and Badgers for Hillary opened an office on State Street Monday as part of a statewide effort to boost support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin filed a request Monday to investigate the legality of the campaign finances of U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis.
Gov. Scott Walker announced Wednesday his plan to include a “Back to School” sales tax holiday in Wisconsin’s 2017-19 biennial budget.
Dane County Circuit Court Judge William Foust denied a stay to his decision to strike down right-to-work Monday, the most recent challenge to the controversial Wisconsin law.