This month, Magney announced he will be departing from the WEC to join VoteRiders, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization with the goal of ensuring that voter ID laws don't prevent qualified citizens from voting.
Omar and Moore commended the state of medical care and refugee vetting during a Saturday visit to the military base where nearly 13,000 Afghans await resettlement.
Of the nearly 40 appointees on Tuesday's schedule, all, including several cabinet-level officials, received unanimous approval in their respective committee votes.
The petition comes just days after the Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed to accept another redistricting lawsuit backed by Republicans.
The criminal complaint does not identify whether the person charged with voting illegally is a Republican or Democrat or who he voted for in the presidential election.
On Thursday, the Department of Public Instruction State Superintendent Dr. Jill Underly delivered her first State of Education Address followed by a news conference. Dr. Underly called on the Legislature to use state surplus to invest in K-12 schools and discussed needs for early childhood e…
The resolution calls for maps to "retain as much as possible the core of existing districts."
Democrats are renewing calls for gun control legislation after previous efforts failed.
Underly's address comes as Wisconsin schools continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen rising cases among school-aged children.
Wisconsin Dells will use all of its COVID-19 federal stimulus money to help replace a nearly 23% loss in premier resort tax revenue the city experienced last year when tourism grinded to a halt due to the pandemic’s restrictions and safer-at-home orders.
"I want to make sure that the misinformation that is perpetuated out there has been addressed," Bernier said. "Because it is driving me nuts to listen to people."
On Wednesday, as reported by WisPolitics.com, the Assembly Committee on Education held a second public hearing on Assembly Bill 563 which would mandate civics education in K-12 schools. The bill would require schools to teach students they are responsible for "preserving and defending" the U…
A large number of Afghan refugees will soon be leaving Fort McCoy for resettlement across the country, according to a federal official at the base.
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"Cat declawing is inhumane. It’s unnecessary, and I think it’s increasingly outdated and archaic."
The measure began circulating in the state Legislature this summer amid a nationwide push among conservatives to ban the teaching of critical race theory, which argues that racism is an inherent feature of the nation’s social structures and policies.
The case was filed by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.
Evers in July vetoed a bipartisan bill to officially do away with the more than 170-year-old tax, which businesses pay on furnishings, tools and equipment.
Seven Afghan refugees at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin have been infected with measles, but have since recovered. More than 97% of the Afghans have now been vaccinated.
With the archery hunting season just beginning and the nine-day gun hunting deer season starting Nov. 20, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials asked hunters to help them collect data to track the disease's spread.
After more than a year of repairs, the two statues that were torn down during last summer's protests were restored to the Capitol Square Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday, as reported by WisPolitics.com, the Assembly Committee on Mental Health held a public hearing on Assembly Bill 564 which would require Gov. Tony Evers to allocate at least $100 million in ARPA funds for K-12 mental health programs. Evers' office has said he's already allocated al…
Jacque's spokesperson said the De Pere Republican is undergoing respiratory and occupational therapy and is "making substantial progress toward regaining his health."
If the Legislature and Gov. Evers don't agree on a set of new political maps, the federal court could step in.
Thompson had surgery Thursday to have his bicep reattached to the tendon after being injured while skiing.