How Liars Jail the Innocent
State laws have no standards on police informants, whose wrongful testimony can put innocent people behind bars. - Nov 25th, 2013 by Mario Koran
Mentally Ill Ex-Inmates Lack Treatment
Experts agree with state report that reforms could cut recidivism. - Nov 12th, 2013 by Nora G. Hertel
Walker’s Book is Very Revealing
There are fascinating sections, including Walker giving staff a top ten list ridiculing public workers. - Nov 12th, 2013 by Bill Lueders
New Bill Would Make Asbestos Suits More Difficult
GOP legislators say law needed to protect builders, manufacturers from "double dipper" plaintiffs. - Nov 6th, 2013 by Bill Lueders
Is Republican Reid Ribble a (Gasp) Moderate?
The state's only GOP member of congress voting to raise debt ceiling explains why. - Oct 30th, 2013 by Bill Lueders
Will Mary Burke Spend Big?
Democrats hope she'll spend plenty of her personal wealth in the race against Scott Walker, but she's giving mixed signals. - Oct 22nd, 2013 by Bill Lueders
Supreme Court Decisions Favor Lawyers Who Donate
Study shows justices don't recuse in 98% of cases involving attorneys and Abrahamson gets the most money. - Oct 21st, 2013 by Jake Harper
Obamacare Haters Help People Sign Up
State's Republican politicians who oppose law are helping enroll their constituents. - Oct 9th, 2013 by Bill Lueders
An Army of Poll Workers
Nearly 35,000 workers handle Wisconsin's elections. GOP wants to tinker with system. - Oct 2nd, 2013 by Bill Lueders
We Want Better Wages!
Workers pressure Family Dollar for higher wages, right to unionize. - Sep 26th, 2013 by Bill Lueders