President Donald Trump says he will make a major announcement on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon from the White House.
Governor Evers is not supportive of a plan proposed by Republicans to cut taxes for the middle class.
Governor Tony Evers (D-WI) said Thursday that climate change is real, and that Wisconsin needs to take action to secure its future.
A federal judge struck down early voting restrictions enacted by Republicans during the lame-duck session six weeks ago.
Charisse Daniels, who failed in her attempt to get on the ballot to run for state Assembly has been charged with one felony count of election fraud for fraudulent nomination papers, according to online court records.
A new bill would require a 2/3 vote for passage of bills, resolutions and appointments in any future legislative “lame duck” sessions.
State Rep. Peter Barca reacts to Gov. Walker veto pen and farm bureau breaks down the 2018 farm bill.
President Donald Trump says Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will leave the administration at year’s end.
Governor Walker signed three lame-duck session bills into law Friday afternoon and Wisconsin lawmakers are already reacting to the changes.
Gov. Scott Walker Friday signed three pieces of legislation passed in the recent lame-duck session of the state Legislature.
Governor Scott Walker said he will likely make one line-item veto regarding the bills passed by Republican’s last week during the lame-duck session.
Gov. Scott Walker today said he is reviewing the bills passed in the recent extraordinary session of the state Legislature and is considering one or more line-item vetoes.
In an exchange with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in the Oval Office, President Trump said he would be happy to shut down the government for border security.
Gov. Scott Walker says Gov.-elect Tony Evers will still have some of the strongest powers when in office,