It could be the fall before a GOP-formed legislative commission on school funding issues specific proposals.
Milwaukee attorney Matt Flynn will remain among the field of candidates for Wisconsin’s Democratic gubernatorial primary, despite calls for him to drop out because of his role defending the Milwaukee Archdiocese in sexual abuse lawsuits.
Nursing homes and assisted living centers in Wisconsin are experiencing an increasing workforce shortage, according to a recent report from a group of provider organizations.
The “effects of extreme weather” are among the emerging challenges highlighted in a recent report on the state’s groundwater that was submitted to the Legislature.
Wisconsin insurers that participate in Healthcare.gov are requesting double-digit premium increases for individuals next year, citing a population that’s less healthy than expected and a marketplace that isn’t profitable.
Republicans control the state Senate and Assembly with large majorities. Gov. Scott Walker is in his second term as governor and preparing to run for a third four-year stint.
A conservative lawmaker wants an audit conducted of all state programs that use federal funds — and the ultimate costs federal obligations place on state and local freedom.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, without comment, has removed video of her interrogating President Donald Trump nominee Tom Price during a Senate committee confirmation hearing earlier this month after Wisconsin Watchdog reported that Baldwin appears to have violated Senate ethics rules.
Law enforcement would no longer be able to seize and keep an innocent person’s property under a bill aimed at reforming Wisconsin’s civil asset forfeiture law.
Wisconsin school districts spent more than $325,000 in advance of Election Day to advertise and promote increased spending or borrowing referendums, according to information obtained in a Wisconsin Watchdog open records request.
On Sunday, Aug. 14, after a night of unrest prompted by the fatal police shooting of a black man, Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said his review of body camera video of the incident proved the officer had acted appropriately.
Republicans’ very pubic feud over the direction of transportation funding in Wisconsin is getting bitter, and it could get much more costly for taxpayers.
The election-night coverage of the 2016 vote began with images of the Clinton campaign team gathering in the Javits Center—under the symbolic glass ceiling. Hillary Clinton supporters were enthusiastic, upbeat, and expectant. The polls gave them every reason to expect that America was electi…
State Attorney General Brad Schimel has been a stand-up guy when it comes to open government issues in Wisconsin since he took over the Department of Justice in 2015.
Ideas on how to change the way political parties select presidential candidates , triggered by Donald Trump’s success with voters, are floating through the Republican Party as it readies for the national election
Could the more than a quarter-billion dollars in annual income-tax breaks for manufacturers and agriculture producers, now drawing headline attention, affect Wisconsin politics leading up to the November election?