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A state representative questioned a Democratic bill that would allow students to refinance their student loans Tuesday, accusing the two lead authors of misrepresenting the legislation’s potential benefits.
Employers who agree to increase their employees’ hourly wages to $10 could see thousands of dollars in tax credits under a bill two Democratic Milwaukee-area legislators introduced Tuesday.
A recent study reported Wisconsin has the eighth highest percentage of college graduates leaving school nationwide and the 14th highest debt for an average college graduate.
One third of Wisconsin’s state Legislature belongs to the controversial group the American Legislative Exchange Council, according to documents The Guardian obtained from the organization.
On a day when the state Assembly took up Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to expand state Medicaid, the legislative body made strides in other areas byswearing in state Rep. Jessie Rodriguez, R-Franklin, the second Latina member of the Assembly in state history and the first from the Republican Party.
Gov. Scott Walker fired one of his aides Tuesday after it became clear she had posted demeaning comments about Hispanics on social media.
A degenerative neurological disease found in deer and elk called Chronic Wasting Disease regained prominence in the state Monday after test results from a deer killed in a hunting preserve tested positive for the disease, the first positive deer from a hunting preserve in five years.
A reformed version of the controversial state voter ID bill passed the state Assembly Thursday, through charges of disenfranchisement and minority vote suppression.