Posted by Mary Bottari on October 31, 2014

Wisconsin AG Candidate Brad Schimel has said he wants to sue the EPA to stop new rules limiting coal fired emissions, citing "federal overreach."

Posted by Mary Bottari on October 30, 2014

On November 4, Wisconsin voters will decide if the state constitution should be amended to require that "revenues generated by use of the state transportation system be deposited into a transportation fund administered by a department of transportation for the exclusive purpose of funding Wisconsin's transportation systems and to prohibit any transfers or lapses from this fund."

Posted by Rebekah Wilce on October 29, 2014

As you stock up on candy to hand out to trick-or-treaters and prepare to inspect your children's candy haul, do you know where those treats were made, and by whom? Many candy brands are considered all-American favorites, but are they made in America?

Posted by PR Watch Admin on October 24, 2014

Wisconsin and the privatizing giant Maximus Inc. have a long and very troubled history, but breaking up, it seems, is hard to do.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on October 23, 2014

The Wall Street Journal editorial board's crusade against the enforcement of Wisconsin's campaign finance laws has gone off the rails.

Posted by Jessica Mason on October 23, 2014

A historic vote in the U.S. Senate earlier this year to amend the constitution to reverse Citizens United, has the Koch brothers spooked.

Posted by PR Watch Admin on October 22, 2014

Pennsylvania's Office of General Counsel "serves as the Governor's in-house legal counsel," providing "expert, responsive and cost-effective legal services ... for the benefit of the public."

Posted by PR Watch Admin on October 21, 2014

There's a lot of money at stake in Ohio charter schools, which as a group will receive almost $900 million in 2014. Charters get about $7,200 per student in taxpayer funding, compared to about $3,500 per student in traditional public schools.

Posted by PR Watch Admin on October 20, 2014

When he was elected in 2010, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback began to slash core government services and privatize the rest.


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