Judge strikes down three bills, curtailing the authority of Governor Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul, and 82 appointments.
News Articles By Mary Bottari
Global climate actions kicked off by the young Swedish teen, Greta Thurnberg, nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize this week.
Record-breaking heat last summer, inspired-15-year-old Greta Thunberg to pack a water bottle, a book, and a snack and take a stand outside the Swedish parliament with a handmade sign "School Strike for Climate." By January 2019, school strikes were spreading across Europe and some 70,000 teens hit the streets to demand action in Brussels, where the EU Parliament meets.
The tale of Wisconsin's lead poisoned children becomes "Exhibit A" in congressional hearing Thursday.
2.7 million school children have an incarcerated parent.
What are we to make of all the good news and talk of bipartisanship coming from the Koch camp?
ALEC’s post-Janus toolkit inadvertently sheds light on the real aims of the group’s union-busting activities.
When I arrived in Madison in the early 1990s from the mean streets of Philadelphia, I thought Wisconsin's commitment to clean and open government was quaint, charming -- at times a little irritating. Badger Rules, the state ethics code, meant that legislative staffers like myself couldn't even take a cup of coffee from a lobbyist, and I remember one lowly public official was nabbed for using a state phone for a few private calls.
Record-setting early voting is not an emergency -- it's democracy.
Geske opposes GOP scheme to move 2020 presidential primary to benefit Justice Kelly in upcoming Wisconsin Supreme Court election.