Here's how members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation voted on major issues last week.
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The Monroe County Sheriff's deputy who handled a K-9 that died of heat stress has resigned from the force.
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Democratic Gov. Tony Evers said earlier in the day he was optimistic lawmakers can come to a bipartisan agreement.
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The state's high court ruled the contested measure, known as "Marsy's Law," was legally adopted after being passed by the Legislature and affirmed by voters.
Citing statewide court backlogs and understaffing, attorney organizations in Wisconsin have called for more pay to boost public attorney staff retention and prevent a constitutional crisis.
The surplus is jaw-dropping and more than the state has ever seen before.
The lawsuit alleges the Republicans and their attorneys broke multiple laws, including counterfeiting public records, illegally interfering with official procedures, defrauding the public and engaging in conspiracy.
Over 100 people died and 9,700 were injured in crashes involving school buses in 2021, according to the National Safety Council.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have largely supported efforts this session to crack down on crimes like carjacking and reckless driving.
A failed valve has been fixed and chlorine levels in water are back to normal for residents in the village of Oregon's northeast area, authorities reported Wednesday afternoon.
One plan would restore a historic house. Another would build a new facility facing the state Capitol. The third would include two smaller shelters.
The measures come as lawmakers confront an ongoing housing crisis, with older adults retiring from work but remaining in their homes, leaving fewer places to live for working Wisconsinites.
The end of federal pandemic relief dollars, record inflation, a teacher shortage and increasing student mental health needs are creating a perfect storm in school districts across Wisconsin. The final deal on the next 2 years of education funding is expected to be among the last decisions th…
"There are things we can do to improve confidence, and that's where this inspector general office comes in," the Republican head of the elections commission said.
The judge said Robert Spindell Jr. — a commissioner who was also one of the 10 Republicans to sign the document — will have to recuse himself this time around.
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The new appointees are coming as Department of Natural Resources secretary Adam Payne calls for prioritizing the state's water quality.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers called Vos' proposal "ridiculous" and "wrongheaded."
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“Having bipartisan, bicameral bills is going to be our biggest priority this session," committee chair Rep. Scott Krug, R-Nekoosa, said.
The Dane County judge didn't rule Thursday on defendant and Sheboygan County District Attorney Joel Urmanski's motion to dismiss the case.
Evers said the proposal doesn't spend enough and imposes unnecessary controls over counties and cities.
Supporters of the measure say most hospitals aren't complying with the federal rules, warranting the separate Wisconsin legislation.
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Czarnezki will fill out the remainder of Julie Glancey's term, which is set to expire in 2026.
GOP lawmakers plan to build their own two-year spending plan to send back to the governor before the end of June.
GOP proposal to increase state aid to local government comes with lots of strings, especially for Milwaukee
“Anything that’s proposed for the city of Milwaukee will be like holding a loaded gun to our head,” Sen. LaTonya Johnson, D-Milwaukee, said.