The State of Politics
Mar 20th, 2023 by Steven Walters
$243 million state spending starts trust fund, payroll tax on employers and employees would sustain it.
Mar 13th, 2023 by Steven Walters
U.S. Senator Baldwin seeks reelection in 2024. Republican Rep. Gallagher's star turn in Washington helps build his profile.
Mar 6th, 2023 by Steven Walters
'The voices of average citizens are being drowned out.'
Feb 27th, 2023 by Steven Walters
So claim the Republicans, saying his plan hikes taxes almost as much as it cuts them.
Feb 20th, 2023 by Steven Walters
Legislator in Vos's district lost office for supporting such aid. A tough Issue for GOP.
Feb 13th, 2023 by Steven Walters
Largest hand recount in state history finds not one voting machine error, wins bipartisan praise.
Jan 30th, 2023 by Steven Walters
What to watch for as Gov. Evers and Republican legislators begin battle over your money.
Jan 23rd, 2023 by Steven Walters
Evers calls referendum on welfare 'ridiculous.' but huge majority of legislators disagree.
Jan 16th, 2023 by Steven Walters
Could mean big increases for lower and middle income taxpayers.
Jan 9th, 2023 by Steven Walters
Both are signaling they want to work together. Both want to make history, leave a legacy.
Jan 2nd, 2023 by Steven Walters
Evers and Johnson victories and suddenly changed battle over abortion lead the list.
Dec 26th, 2022 by Steven Walters
And Democrats. But the obvious friction is between conservatives Dan Kelly and Jennifer Dorow.