Transgender students would be required to use the bathroom or locker rooms that correspond to their biological sex under a bill circulated for co-sponsorship late Tuesday.
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UW-Madison students packed a Senate hearing Wednesday to support a bill that would allow them to refinance student loans at a lower interest rate.
A bill that would streamline and reform many aspects of the state’s civil service system was given its first public hearing in the Senate Tuesday, drawing the ire of the state’s public sector unions.
Representatives from 12 Pacific Rim countries finalized one of the most sweeping trade deals in decades Monday, drawing statements of support and criticism from Wisconsin’s congressional delegation.
National and state Democratic lawmakers are calling for a special legislative session to address delays to road projects announced last week, saying the setbacks will hamper Wisconsin’s economy.
A Senate committee heard testimony on three bills Thursday, including one measure that would extend the statute of limitations for most types of sexual assault.
One week after abandoning his presidential aspirations, Gov. Scott Walker's approval rating has fallen to 37 percent in Wisconsin, according to the most recent Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday.
Lovers of deer-shaped lawn ornaments can rejoice as the state Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday that a letter urging the removal of such ornaments was a hoax.
A Madison legislator announced multiple bills Tuesday to crack down on hunting in state parks, drawing the ire of at least one Republican who called the proposal unnecessary.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., joined three other members of Congress Tuesday in a letter questioning the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ policies regarding the sale of fetal tissue.
As Gov. Scott Walker returns to Wisconsin following his failed presidential run, speculation has ramped up that he could hit the campaign trail again, this time as a potential vice presidential candidate.
The state Assembly approved a bill Thursday that would redirect federal grant money from Planned Parenthood to private services and state and county agencies.
Legislative Republicans announced Thursday that they will join with Gov. Scott Walker to propose changes to the state’s civil service system to alter how some state employees are hired and fired.
As a Senate committee heard testimony on three abortion-related bills Tuesday, an otherwise united Republican party showed signs of disagreement on one of them.
State Supreme Court Justice N. Patrick Crooks died Monday in his chambers at the Capitol, Chief Justice Patience Roggensack confirmed in a statement.
A Senate committee is set to hold a public hearing on three bills Tuesday, one being a fetal tissue research ban and two others that would divert federal money from Planned Parenthood.
A bipartisan bill designed to give victims of sexual assault a longer window to report the crime was given a public hearing in the state Assembly Thursday.
When Gov. Scott Walker took the stage last Wednesday for the second Republican debate, it was amid popular opinion that the onetime poll leader needed a strong showing to regain his form.
Members of the UW System Board of Regents testified before lawmakers Thursday to present the System’s accountability metrics, drawing skepticism from some Republican lawmakers.
With Wednesday’s second presidential debate hours away, Gov. Scott Walker promises to come out swinging in an attempt to combat his sagging poll numbers.