The Latest on Wisconsin Republicans' attempt to stay an order blocking their lame-duck laws limiting the powers of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
The Latest on Wisconsin Republicans’ attempt to stay an order blocking their lame-duck laws limiting the powers of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
Republican lawmakers are asking an appeals court to halt a judge’s order that temporarily blocks GOP-backed laws limiting the powers of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
Dane County officials said they’ll be working to convince lawmakers to approve a $30 million investment to the Alliant Energy Center since the state building commission rejected their capital budget recommendation.
A Judge has issued a temporary injunction blocking Republican lawmakers lame-duck laws. The ruling now gives certain executive powers back to Governor Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul.
He’s focusing on a list of issues, including property taxes, funding for k-12 schools and the state’s minimum wage.
Some concerns after Gov. Evers’ budget did not include any money to build new prisons to deal with overcrowding or funding for job training programs to help inmates upon release.
Funding for transportation is already setting up a potential disagreement among lawmakers even though both sides want a solution.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has entered the 2020 presidential race. The Democrat made the announcement early Friday morning.
Governor Tony Evers two year spending plan for the state includes expanding health care coverage for low-income individuals, raising the gas tax for transportation needs, and revamping the school funding formula.
Wisconsin is one of 5 states that treats 17-year-olds as adults in the court system. Governor Tony Evers’ budget measure would raise the maximum age to be considered a juvenile from 16 to 17.
Governor Tony Evers will lay out his priorities for the next state budget Thursday, but he’ll face several roadblocks.
U.S. Representative Glenn Grothman (WI-06) called a portion of Michael Cohen’s testimony “offensive” when he referred to Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential bid.
A group of activists and volunteers are advocating for a law that temporarily prevents a person from having a gun if they’re considered a danger to themselves or others.
One of the first bipartisan bills introduced this session would reform pharmacy benefit managers (PBM) in how they negotiate contracts, discounts, and rebates with drug manufacturers.