The governor accused Republicans of an intrusion into executive powers and violating the Wisconsin Constitution.
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The senator’s legislation would mandate any building funded by the state offer free menstruation products.
The U.S. Department of Education explained the new measures in a meeting with members of the press on Monday.
Sen. Ron Johnson touched on free speech topics and other issues based on student questions during his joint appearance with Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin.
The bipartisan bill would consolidate the time period in which survivors receive results.
After more than 24 years of public service, Payne will retire to spend more time with his elderly parents.
The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection held a public hearing Thursday to push onward on redistricting legislation.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos told reporters at a press conference Tuesday he would remain steadfast in his hopes for legislative oversight over DEI positions.
High school student Simon Mehring met with Republican lawmakers to create legislation that would safeguard student journalists even if the media is financially supported by their school.
Vos' continued threats come despite former state Supreme Court justices advising him not to impeach Protasiewicz.
In a stride toward bolstering mental health support for Wisconsinites, Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) unveiled $16.9 million in federal grants Wednesday to support Wisconsin’s 988 suicide prevention hotline.
The Joint Committee on Employment Relation held a public hearing Tuesday to deliver recommendations on the 2023-2025 state compensation plan.
Wisconsin’s Office of Children’s Mental Health and the Department of Health Services met with members of the media Thursday to discuss the ongoing mental health crisis among youth.
The proposed bill ensures that current disability parking privileges in place are honored on all University of Wisconsin System campuses.
State Rep. Katrina Shankland pledged better water quality, healthcare and bipartisanship as she announced her run for the 3rd Congressional District in the 2024 election.
Protasiewicz argues that there is no precedent in place that requires a justice to recuse themselves from cases for expressing views on political matters or receiving political contributions.u00a0
A man who was arrested for bringing a handgun to the Wisconsin state Capitol returned with an assault style weapon seeking Democratic Gov. Tony Evers Wednesday afternoon.
The Senate Committee on Education debated an anti-trans bill on Wednesday that would ban transgender youth from participating in sports in every public, private and charter school in Wisconsin.
Aging infrastructure and underfunded programs continue to hinder Wisconsin’s efforts for clean water.
Republican lawmakers introduced legislation to target gender-affirming surgery for minors as part of repeated national attacks from the GOP against transgender people.