Walker budget outrage
Budget creates two new provisions to provide income tax shelter for capital gains — or profits made from an investment like stocks, bonds, real estate or precious metals.
Don’t let legislators who voted for Gov. Scott Walker’s trash-and-burn budget try to tell you they believe that all women are full citizens with equal rights and equal protections under the law. They don’t.
If Gov. Scott Walker gets his way, Wisconsin will be radically changed — and that change will be for the worse.
Union supporters were handed a huge — although possibily temporary — victory Thursday morning, when a Dane County judge struck down a controversial bill that stripped most collective bargaining rights from public employees.
Families in town for college graduation ceremonies this weekend can check out or join protests at the State Capitol, where a big "We Are Wisconsin" rally is set for Saturday afternoon.
Scott Suder, R-Abbotsford, a prime mover of the budget repair bill, supports hundreds of millions in additional spending on tax breaks for corporations and wants to go on an even bigger spending spree with a plan to end the state's early release program.
There were a number of other interesting findings in a new poll that didn't make it into what were generally very short stories.
Saturday's attempt at a rally to defend Gov. Walker's assaults on collective bargaining, local democracy and open government rang false.
Secretary of State Doug La Follette is fighting for relevance as Republicans defend a move to publish Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial budget repair bill through another agency.
Matthew Schauenburg, the Madison man who staged a hunger strike at the Capitol in protest of Gov. Scott Walker's budget bill, suspended his fast on Saturday, the 29th day of his protest.
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