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.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin will face former alder Satya Rhodes-Conway in April 2nd election.
Voters have chosen the two candidates who now will advance to the April 2 general election for Madison mayor.
The results are in for mayoral and alder races in Watertown.
One-hundred percent of precincts are reporting for all of the races for Madison School Board seats.
All precincts are reporting for Madison’s alder primaries.
Tuesday, voters can head to the polls to vote on a number of issues during the primary election.
On Tuesday, four challengers are gearing up to run against incumbent Madison Mayor Paul Soglin.
It was a packed house at the First Unitarian Society as four of Madison’s five official candidates for mayor gave their last pitch to the city before the primary.
Republican lawmakers want to spend $50 million in the next state budget to reform the criminal justice system. One main focus is on supporting district attorney offices by adding 60 prosecutors across Wisconsin.
Governor Evers proposal to legalize medical marijuana would allow an individual with a debilitating medical condition to possess up to three ounces or 12 live plants.