Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Tainted WaterDec 4th, 2016 by Cara Lombardo and Dee J. Hall
State officials fail to update lead testing guidance in wake of Flint crisis.
Nov 28th, 2016 by Sean Kirkby, Dee J. Hall and Bridgit Bowden
Investigation finds seven widely prescribed drugs rose by 29% to 5241% in recent years!
Nov 7th, 2016 by Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Ex-Journal Sentinel editor will serve at Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.
Voting WarsOct 26th, 2016 by Elizabeth Campbell, Natalie Griffin and Amber Reece
They number 69 million, one-third of electorate. But will they vote?
Voting WarsOct 19th, 2016 by Kate Peifer and Rose Velazquez
Republicans across country oppose laws making it easier to vote, disenfranchising 62,343 state residents.
Tainted WaterOct 17th, 2016 by Rachael Lallensack
Despited “strict” state law, one-third of private drinking wells are contaminated.
Voting WarsSep 25th, 2016 by Emily Mills, Jimmy Miller and Lian Bunny
In Wisconsin, Donald Trump must overcome his second-place finish in the state’s Republican primary — and a polling gap with Democrat Hillary Clinton
Voting WarsSep 14th, 2016 by Alejandra Armstrong, Sami Edge, Courtney Columbus and Emily L. Mahoney
Hispanic voters in Wisconsin and beyond are poised to flex their political muscles, but disenchantment, language differences create barriers
Voting WarsSep 13th, 2016 by Sami Edge and Sean Holstege
Gov. Scott Walker says the lack of voter impersonation cases does not matter if there is a chance that even one vote is canceled out by fraud.
Voting WarsSep 9th, 2016 by Elizabeth Campbell
Courts have thrown out some requirements, but most college IDs can’t be used.
Tainted WaterSep 8th, 2016 by Dee J. Hall
City and DNR officials agree on need, Barrett says current approach just a “band-aid.”
Voting WarsSep 7th, 2016 by Emily L. Mahoney
Wisconsin one of 20 states with a maze of new rules, as 1,400 new laws added 37 different voting requirements.