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."
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Republican attorney general candidate Brad Schimel has taken some heat when it comes to his firm conviction that a prosecutor's job is to defend the laws on the books.
With only weeks left in the election and the first debate taking place this evening, the U.S. Supreme Court put a halt to the implementation of voter ID in Wisconsin for this election cycle.
First Microsoft, then Google and Facebook and now Yelp have caved to public pressure to drop their membership ALEC. Next in their sights, Yahoo and Ebay.
The claims were described as a "bombshell" and "colored with a bit of Macbeth."
The governor's race in Wisconsin is coming down to one issue: jobs, jobs, jobs.
At Taco Bell peaceful protesters took the “Fight for 15” directly to the fast food giant.
Governor Scott Walker actively solicited funds for Wisconsin Club for Growth (WCFG) to be used in the 2012 Wisconsin recall elections.
Here at CMD and The Progressive, we have been deeply saddened by the death of journalist James Foley.
At CMD, there is an awful lot of good fortune coming our way.