Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Beyond BailJan 21st, 2019 by Emily Hamer
Judges question constitutionality of system jailing poor defendants for inability to pay bail.
Dec 16th, 2018 by Helu Wang and Dee J. Hall
State claims millions saved, but some call it “bullying” of legitimate service providers.
Nov 11th, 2018 by Sarah Whites-Koditschek
Former employee says staff were pushed to approve development that will hurt area’s rare dunes, wetlands.
Oct 30th, 2018 by CV Vitolo-Haddad and Dee J. Hall
Anonymous budget amendments and "Body Snatcher” bills reward special interests, limit public input.
Oct 5th, 2018 by Cameron Smith and Dee J. Hall
It's the rationale for photo ID, but as rare as getting struck by lightning.
Oct 3rd, 2018 by Cameron Smith
Wisconsin, other states had lower turnout, especially by minority and college-age voters.
Sep 21st, 2018 by Grigor Atanesian
Election officials here work to prevent Russian hacking that gained access to 500,000 Illinois voters.
Sep 17th, 2018 by Grigor Atanesian
Cybersecurity experts warn Wisconsin’s system is vulnerable. What are state officials doing about it?
Sep 3rd, 2018 by Pawan Naidu
State Republicans facing recalls got $750,000 in secret cash, wrote law to bar suits to benefit lead poisoned children.
Aug 30th, 2018 by Teodor Teofilov
Much quicker passage, less public input, in first legislative session under Walker, analysis finds.
Aug 6th, 2018 by Nicole Ki
Nationally and here in Wisconsin, citizens feel their voices aren't being heard.
Jul 30th, 2018 by Grigor Atanesian
They can be hacked, experts say, and 2016 Russian cyber attacks on state could be repeated in 2018.