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More Off-Road Vehicles on State Roads

More Off-Road Vehicles on State Roads

23 states, including Wisconsin, allow ATVs on some roads, increasing accidents.

Cruel and Unusual: 28 Years in Solitary Confinement
Cruel and Unusual

28 Years in Solitary Confinement

One Waupun inmate’s incredible story. He is suing the state.

Your Right to Know: Release the John Doe II Documents!
Your Right to Know

Release the John Doe II Documents!

The public has a right to know how prosecutors operated and how the courts made their decisions.

Prices of Lifesaving Drugs Skyrocketing

Prices of Lifesaving Drugs Skyrocketing

Investigation finds seven widely prescribed drugs rose by 29% to 5241% in recent years!

Voting Wars: Millennials Could Decide The Elections
Voting Wars

Millennials Could Decide The Elections

They number 69 million, one-third of electorate. But will they vote?

Marquette Law School to host conference on public policy and American drinking water
Press Release

Marquette Law School to host conference on public policy and American drinking water

This conference will take an interdisciplinary approach to exploring the water-related legal, scientific, engineering and environmental issues that fill today’s news and touch all of our lives.

Who Is Barred From Buying Guns?

Who Is Barred From Buying Guns?

And what are the federal and states law regarding background checks?

Legislature Resists Background Checks for Guns

Legislature Resists Background Checks for Guns

18 states require them, 85% of state residents support them, but Walker, GOP resist.

Children Left Behind: Study Shows Poverty’s Impact on Kids
Children Left Behind

Study Shows Poverty’s Impact on Kids

New UW study shows 20% of test scores deficit due to lags in early brain development.

Murphy’s Law: State Drags Feet On Lead-Tainted Water
Murphy’s Law

State Drags Feet On Lead-Tainted Water

Its program underfunds Milwaukee while pushing for upgrades that residents can't afford.

The State of Politics: Open Records Law Still Under Siege
The State of Politics

Open Records Law Still Under Siege

Former Corrections Secretary Ed Wall’s attempted end run is latest of many attacks on the law.

Tainted Water: Wisconsin A Leader in Strontium Pollution
Tainted Water

Wisconsin A Leader in Strontium Pollution

73 of 100 worst readings in strontium-laced drinking water were in Waukesha, Brookfield, other towns.

Tainted Water: State’s Drinking Water Has Radium Problem
Tainted Water

State’s Drinking Water Has Radium Problem

Waukesha is among dozens of communities in Wisconsin with radium-tainted well water.

Walker Aides Ordered To Avoid State Phones, Email?

Walker Aides Ordered To Avoid State Phones, Email?

Two cabinet members say Huebsch instructed them to use private channels for state business.

State Corporate Tax Credit is Soaring

State Corporate Tax Credit is Soaring

Rising to $279 million, more than double projections. No new jobs required to get credit.

The State of Politics: Why Republicans Tried to Repeal Open Records
The State of Politics

Why Republicans Tried to Repeal Open Records

Frustrated with open records requests that have embarrassed them, GOP leaders decided they’d had enough.

Back in the News: Walker Admits Role in Curbing Open Records
Back in the News

Walker Admits Role in Curbing Open Records

Fitzgerald says governor involved and Walker’s office admits his role. Legislative drafting notes hid the authors.

Dee J. Hall named first managing editor of Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism