Lawmakers and interest groups on both sides of the aisle want to loosen Wisconsin’s strict expungement laws and let thousands reenter the state’s workforce. What’s stopping them?
Republican lawmakers on the Joint Finance Committee used a pocket veto to deny funding for five proposals without holding a meeting, including the largest conservation project in state history.
Disability rights advocates hosted a virtual conversation aimed at finding resources and strategies to prevent sexual violence and help Wisconsin become safer for people with disabilities.
Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled Legislature offered newfound support for a medical marijuana legalization program, a sharp shift from years of opposition to cannabis reform.
Republican Party of Wisconsin Chair Brian Schimming discussed the importance of Republican students’ engagement in the 2024 national election during a UW-Madison event hosted by GOP Badgers.
Gov. Tony Evers believes these programs will be a tool to retain workers for the state.
The Supreme Court temporarily protected medication abortion access, but the stage is set for another national showdown over reproductive care.
The Center for Communication and Civic Renewal found that over half of Wisconsinites surveyed stopped talking politics with another person due to a disagreement.
A new report for the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation found Wisconsin’s auto manufacturing past could fuel a rise in electric vehicle production.
Young voters at UW campuses made history with extraordinary turnout in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race. Campus organizers are taking credit.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin announced she is running for a third term in Wisconsin, a likely battleground state in 2024.
The two officers and a suspect died following a traffic stop shooting Saturday in northwestern Wisconsin.
As Democrats gear up for 2024 in the wake of a consequential Supreme Court election, the DCCC marked two of Wisconsin’s districts as “in play.”
The special election determined who would fill a vacant seat in the state Senate previously held by the GOP.
The Associated Press called the race quickly after polls closed. Protasiewicz led Kelly by a large margin late Tuesday night. Both campaigns visited campus ahead of Election Day in attempts to turn out college-age voters.
Jill Karofsky campaigns for Protasiewicz, says conservative justices responsible for ‘rigged’ maps in UW-Madison visitBy Mia Salbego | Apr. 4
Karofsky urged students to vote in Wisconsin’s high-stakes Supreme Court election during a visit to the UW-Madison College Democrats office Monday.
Young people, first-time voters and medical workers were among those at the Wisconsin State Capitol for Sunday's event, according to Secretary of State Sarah Godlewski.
Kelly, a formerly appointed Wisconsin Supreme Court justice vying for a full term on the court after a loss in 2020, shared his vision for the court, his opinions on his opponent and insight on whether he supports potential changes to gun laws.
‘I never thought I’d get so pumped up about a judicial race’: Mandela Barnes visits UW-Madison, talks importance of student voiceBy Annabella Rosciglione | Mar. 31
Mandela Barnes visited campus ahead of the highly contested April 4 Wisconsin Supreme Court election to engage student canvassers and emphasize UW-Madison student voters’ importance.