In the face of 10 Democrats gunning for his job, Republican Gov. Scott Walker has decided to embrace an issue typically owned by the opposing party: education.
The U.S. Supreme Court has sent Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case, Gill v. Whitford, back to the federal District Court, giving plaintiffs another opportunity to show that Democratic voters in the state have been discriminated against because of how voting districts were drawn by Republicans.
Western Technical College and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. are inadvertently channeling Jon Bon Jovi’s “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” to persuade graduates of state schools to “come home” to fill jobs desperately in need of workers.
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Midwest Environmental Advocates filed a petition in May for a “contested case hearing,” related to Racine’s request to divert up to 7 million gallons of water per day to Mount Pleasant, which will mostly be used for Foxconn.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sent Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case back to the federal District Court, giving plaintiffs another opportunity to show Democratic voters in the state have been discriminated against based on their political party affiliation because of how voting districts were drawn by Republicans.
Sup. Yogesh Chawla introduced the resolution to include an advisory referendum asking voters whether they favor legalizing marijuana use and taxing and regulating marijuana similar to alcohol.
The City Council will consider prohibiting smoking within 25 feet of entrances, windows that can be opened and air intakes of all municipal buildings.
Construction at Williamson, South Blair and East Wilson streets as they connect with John Nolen Drive is set to begin in 2019 and could stretch to 2021.
After seven years under Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin continues to trail the nation in job creation while average wages have improved slightly better than the nation.
The new nonprofit organization is seeking to convince policy makers on the right that moving Wisconsin toward renewable energy will stimulate economic growth, lower electricity costs and enhance national security — while also benefiting the environment.
Since Gov. Scott Walker took office, the state has ranked 32nd in job creation and 18th in wage growth nationally. Democrats have different ideas about how to grow jobs and wages in the state. Here are some of the highlights:
Wes Revels, a candidate in the Aug. 14 Republican primary, said it was a "mistake" to copy sentences word-for-word from a website of Kevin Grubb, who ran for sheriff in Frederick County, Maryland in 2014. Revels used the material in his announcement speech April 5, and the speech was posted to his campaign website.
Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, announced Friday that she's naming attorney Tamara Packard to the commission to succeed Jeralyn Wendelberger.
Dane County Board Sup. George Gillis is resigning from the board in a week, presenting a problem to officials because state law won't allow for a special election until after the November elections.
George Gillis, who is also the executive director of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, is moving out of his district on the city of Madison’s southwest side. He plans to formally resign June 22.