Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he won't run for office in 2022 after he accepted a full-time job running a national conservative youth organization.
Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he won’t run for office in 2022 after he accepted a full-time job running a national conservative youth organization.
As the election season starts heating up, Wisconsin will be a hot spot for presidential hopefuls this week.
Gov. Tony Evers today announced he has decided to partially veto or veto entirely 78 provisions in the state budget before signing the two-year state spending plan.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he wants to work on legalizing medical marijuana this fall.
Milwaukee treasurer’s office records show Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes is delinquent on property taxes.
How much to spend on state building projects over the next two years is one of the final big items pending before the Legislature’s budget-writing committee.
Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says Republicans are eyeing a $10 increase to the state’s $75 vehicle registration fee as part of a way to pay for roads without raising the gas tax as Gov. Tony Evers has proposed.
Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled Legislature was poised Wednesday to send four anti-abortion bills to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, who has vowed to veto all of them.
The Wisconsin Legislature’s top Republicans say they’ll scrap Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ budget proposal to raise the gas tax to help pay for roads.
Governor Tony Evers made two stops in Eau Claire on Wednesday, touting educational proposals and employment training for youth with disabilities.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has scheduled a rare private meeting with Republican legislative leaders to talk about K-12 education funding.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi emerged from a closed-door meeting with all House Democrats on Wednesday, including a growing number pressuring her to move forward with an impeachment inquiry
Attorney General Josh Kaul was in Eau Claire to talk about the state’s lawsuit against Purdue Pharma.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has this to say on whether Republican legislative leaders are sexist: “You connect the dots.”