Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties — Wisconsin’s “WOW” counties — are suburban Republican strongholds that trended toward Democrats in 2016 and 2020. But will that momentum continue in 2022?
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With the race a toss-up three weeks before the election, candidates presented differing visions on a range of issues from abortion, education and voter fraud on Friday.
“The will of the people is the law of the land,” Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday as he announced his newest plan to overturn Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban.
Current students are eligible for up to $20,000 in loan forgiveness, but whether or not you qualify depends on your income, tax status and loan type.
Sen. Ron Johnson faces controversy after saying ‘wokeness,’ critical race theory responsible for school shootingsBy Alexander Tan | Jun. 9
After the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) blamed school shootings on "liberal indoctrination" rather than relaxed gun laws, poor mental health resources or police inaction.
Wisconsinites were asked to drop off their prescription medications at designated drop boxes this past Saturday to prevent drug misuse and water contamination.
“Our Clean Energy Plan can help us create good paying jobs that don’t require a college degree and bring talented workers to Wisconsin while saving money, reducing energy costs and building the sustainable future we want for our state,” Evers said.
Gov. Evers' 'Get Kids Ahead Initiative' grants Wisconsin school districts $15 Million to provide school-based mental health supportBy Alexander Tan | Apr. 12
Nearly every school district in Wisconsin, including over 450 local education agencies, will be awarded funds to provide mental healthcare through the governor’s “Get Kids Ahead” initiative.
Many of the selected communities historically struggled with accessing credit and capital, and the effects of COVID-19 have been felt sorely by their local economy.
Gableman’s claims directly contradicted an analysis conducted by the Legislature back in November that found no legal basis for decertifying an election.