Data WonkFeb 21st, 2018 by Bruce Thompson
It has some benefits, but not enough to make up for Trump’s health care changes.
Eyes on MilwaukeeFeb 21st, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene
What will the city pitch to Democratic Party?
Op EdFeb 21st, 2018 by Spencer Black
Republicans are vulnerable in 2018, but nothing is assured.
Murphy’s LawFeb 20th, 2018 by Bruce Murphy
Instead of building a real economy, Walker is trying to buy one.
Op EdFeb 20th, 2018 by James Rowen
Walker, Trump have fancy taxpayer-paid kitchens, cut food for the poor.
The ContrarianFeb 19th, 2018 by George Mitchell
Efforts to revive E-W Freeway look dead. Oddly, Barrett and Walker both support this.
The State of PoliticsFeb 19th, 2018 by Steven Walters
March 28 oral arguments may signal ruling on Wisconsin’s gerrymandered districts.
Feb 19th, 2018 by Jeramey Jannene
One county board race and a hotly contested race for state's highest court.
Campaign CashFeb 19th, 2018 by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
Bill backed by WMC, Kochs, could destroy 1 million acres of wetlands.
Wisconsin BudgetFeb 16th, 2018 by Tamarine Cornelius
$1.4 trillion in cuts to health care, housing nearly equals $1.5 trillion in recent tax cuts.
Campaign CashFeb 16th, 2018 by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
Gave $1.7 million in 2017 to Republican Governors Association, a huge donor to Walker.
Op EdFeb 16th, 2018 by Spencer Black
Insider article by Judge Lynn Adelman reveals how key decision transformed state.