Miranda Suarez

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UW System Tuition Hikes Approved

UW System Tuition Hikes Approved

Regents okay cost overruns and hikes for out-of-state students at UWM, other campuses.

Private School Vouchers Boost State Economy?

Private School Vouchers Boost State Economy?

So argues study by conservative group, which pushes for more funding. Public school advocates object.

40th Annual Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.

40th Annual Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.

Capitol dome echoed with music, tributes at oldest state celebration in America.

Can State’s Energy Go Carbon Free by 2050?

Can State’s Energy Go Carbon Free by 2050?

Legislators and PSC leader consider Evers' 30-year goal for Wisconsin.

How China Trade Agreement Impacts Wisconsin Farmers

How China Trade Agreement Impacts Wisconsin Farmers

China agrees to purchase $80 billion of US food, agricultural and seafood products.

Bill to Ban “Sanctuary Cities” Returns

Bill to Ban “Sanctuary Cities” Returns

GOP proposal penalizes cities, counties that don't cooperate fully with immigration enforcement.

Strong Hiring Expected for 1st Quarter 2020

Strong Hiring Expected for 1st Quarter 2020

Almost 30 percent of state employers surveyed plan more hiring.

Trump Tariffs Have Cost State $800 Million

Trump Tariffs Have Cost State $800 Million

New analysis says state businesses, taxpayers paid that so far in tariffs, with more coming.

State Grants Target Diesel Emissions

State Grants Target Diesel Emissions

Goal is to get buses, other vehicles to switch to cleaner liquid propane.

Act 10 Caused Big Decline in Unions

Act 10 Caused Big Decline in Unions

Study finds union recertification efforts, required by law, declined by a third since 2014.

Poll Shows Less Support For Impeachment

Poll Shows Less Support For Impeachment

Support declining, MU poll shows, and presidential race in state also looks close.

Evers, Democrats Tackle Discrimination

Evers, Democrats Tackle Discrimination

Executive order requires state agencies to review workplace policies, set equity goals.

Ryan’s New Foundation Will Fight Poverty

Ryan’s New Foundation Will Fight Poverty

Janesville-based American Idea Foundation will promote free market, kick-started with $7 million in campaign funds.

Today Is Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Today Is Indigenous Peoples’ Day

First time state will celebrate counter-holiday to Columbus Day; Native Americans plan celebrations.