Murphy’s LawDec 8th, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
Yes, they’re at a historic low. But things could get worse.
Wisconsin BudgetDec 8th, 2016 by Jon Peacock
Labor Department rule, stalled by judge, would raise pay for 187,000 Wisconsin workers.
Out LookDec 7th, 2016 by Michail Takach
Proposals like Texas bill could hurt teens and undermine gay-straight student alliances.
Data WonkDec 7th, 2016 by Bruce Thompson
Data shows why the court struck down state's map; “efficiency gap” not the reason.
Campaign CashDec 6th, 2016 by Matt Rothschild
He faced up to 27 months in jail for campaign finance violations, but gets $4,000 fine.
Murphy’s LawDec 6th, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
Journal Sentinel’s lo-o-ng series struggles to explain it -- but omits the newspaper's role.
Your Right to KnowDec 6th, 2016 by Dee J. Hall
The public has a right to know how prosecutors operated and how the courts made their decisions.
The State of PoliticsDec 5th, 2016 by Steven Walters
Democrats had five percent edge in party identification in 2008 and 2012; that’s gone.
Campaign CashDec 5th, 2016 by Matt Rothschild
They spent more than $47 million on campaigns and DNR becomes passive on pollution.
Campaign CashDec 2nd, 2016 by Matt Rothschild
It’s spent $1 million on elections, was started by Scott Jensen, mostly targets Democrats.
Op-EdDec 1st, 2016 by Saul Newton
Allowing suits against Saudi Arabia may cause counter suits of U.S. and its military vets.
Murphy’s LawDec 1st, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
Crazy cost estimates, murky legal issues, Green Party spats, and much more.