Zielinski, Taylor do poorly and more voters favor streetcar.
PCT provides an easy-to-use interface to follow the money in Milwaukee politics.
Board supports employees getting paid time off to work at polling sites.
Her bill rescues Central States Pension Fund, which covers 400,000 workers, including 25,000 in this state.
Governor’s fired Agriculture Secretary now the Department of Administration’s director of business and rural development.
County Board chair says troubled finances must be focus of next county executive.
To make choice schools look bad, it manipulated state test data.
New rules will affect 1,247 hemp growers and 556 hemp processors in the state.
Costs of housing and health care driving up elderly poverty. Are there solutions?
Why GOP legislators shot down Agriculture Secretary. And why Evers was incensed.
Leaves Attorney General Kaul to defend state in Planned Parenthood challenge to GOP-passed abortion law.
Raises for all state and UW-Madison workers in 2020/2021
Council wrestles with huge fiscal challenges due to rising police costs, declining state aid.
That would be the billionaire investor running for president who calls Trump “a fake businessman.”
“I thank Planned Parenthood Advocates for their endorsement, and honor the important work they do every day.”
Judge Karofsky currently serves as a criminal court judge in Dane County.
Milwaukee representative says Fields is effective, best for the city
"The support of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin is a tremendous addition to the diverse support we have received in my campaign for Alderwoman."
“I am grateful to State Representatives Bowen and Zamarripa, and the other elected officials who have endorsed my campaign thus far.”
Don Smiley’s 2017 pay package includes $1.3 million deferred from prior years. City officials “shocked.”
No festival official attends scheduled meeting. Partnership with city “broken”, Ald. Murphy says.
Acid attack against man for “invasion” of Hispanics couldn’t be more wrong about their impact.
They’ve also gone down for the state. How can we do better?
Health insurance for kids declined in some states including Wisconsin under Walker. Why?
The data tells a sobering story of racial and economic separation.
Biggest surprise: More journalists than ever may be covering the Capitol.
Huge numbers of older Wisconsin residents have little in retirement savings.
"Today’s filing allows me to explore running for Milwaukee County Executive on a deeper level and a greater capacity to listen to our neighbors."
“Local 212 has an incredible record of fighting for progressive causes, from education to immigration.”
"We had to make tough choices again this year but we should all be proud that we produced a balanced budget while maintaining services."
SOS Wauwatosa calls on legislators to provide adequate school aids.
"Ensuring our state workforce not only reflects the folks we serve, but implements culturally responsive and equitable policies, is critical for our state government to be effective."
“Race-based mascots and imagery perpetuate damaging stereotypes and undermine the educational experience of all students,” said Chris Ott, ACLU of Wisconsin executive director.
The new appointee will serve for the remainder of the unexpired term that ends January 2021.
s districts statewide receive state-mandated report cards, public education advocates demand an assessment of lawmakers who set budgets that determine schools’ ability to succeed
“The men and women who answered the call to serve have earned our respect and should be able to receive the tax credits that are available to them.”
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