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MILWAUKEE- It was a heavyweight fight that would make Don King giddy.
The state Assembly approved Thursday a bill that would eliminate drinking tickets for witnesses and victims of sexual assault on college campuses as part of a day where the body took up over 70 bills.
Researchers announced Monday the discovery of a new form of Lyme disease found only in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wis., announced Sunday he would not seek re-election, prompting a scramble among state and local politicians who could vie to replace the three-term congressman.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank outlined the university’s efforts to educate students on voter ID information in a Friday blog post.
A package of college affordability bills proposed by legislative Republicans passed an Assembly committee Thursday, despite all five Democrats on the committee voting against them.
Changes to how Wisconsin veterans access services could be coming in a bill circulated this week by legislative Republicans.
Members of the state Assembly logged over $900,000 in travel and per diem expenses in 2015, according to state documents.
College affordability has been on the lips of many state politicians in recent days, and two state Democrats continued the trend Monday by introducing a bill that would expand state financial aid programs.
The state Senate approved Wednesday an overhaul to the state’s century-old civil service system, as well as bills designed to defund Planned Parenthood.
As students return from their holiday break, so do state legislators, who will wrap up their floor session in the coming months. Here are five things students should keep an eye on at the Capitol this semester.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., unveiled a new policy agenda Thursday in his first major speech since being elected to the position last month. In addition, the U.S. Senate voted later in the day to defund Planned Parenthood and repeal key parts of the Affordable Care Act, two major objectives of Congressional Republicans.
Assembly Democrats renewed calls Wednesday for an extraordinary session to address recent layoffs in the state, arguing the Legislature hasn’t done enough to create jobs.
The state Supreme Court moved Wednesday to deny a request to restart an investigation of alleged violations committed by Gov. Scott Walker in the 2011 recall elections.
State Rep. Jesse Kremer, R-Kewaskum, has no desire for a streetcar in Milwaukee.
A federal court moved last Tuesday to strike down part of a controversial 2013 abortion law, saying it is unconstitutional and poses a threat to women’s health.
Over 100 people crowded a Capitol hearing room Thursday to testify on a bill that would require transgender K-12 students to use the bathroom corresponding to their biological sex.
An Assembly committee heard testimony Wednesday on a proposal to end the state’s 32-year-old restriction on nuclear power plants, as proponents of the bill argue it is necessary to diversify the state’s energy options.