Despite a historic increase in K-12 in the 2017-19 state budget, Democrats continue to criticize the amount as not enough. Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling: “As Wisconsin working families continue to pay more for less, the Republican budget further rigs the economy for the wealthy. This budget was bad from the start, and with his veto […]
On December 22, 2010, then-Governor Jim Doyle’s Department of Administration renewed a rental lease for the State Department of Corrections offices in Madison that State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk says cost the state millions more than the cost of building a new office building would have. Adamczyk says just two weeks before Republican Scott Walker would […]
The state of Illinois is nearly $12 billion in debt, which has forced lawmakers to scramble for whatever sources of tax revenue they can. Republican Illinois Governor Bruce Launer has been portrayed in the media as Illinois’ Scott Walker: a GOP reformer trying to bring big state government down to size. Yet, if the latest proposal goes […]
Tom Nelson (D) is running to be the next congressman from Wisconsin’s 8th District, but take a look at the train wreck he created in Madison.
Thanks to the GOP tuition freeze, seniors at the University of Wisconsin – Madison have experienced a “free” semester.
An email between former Commerce Sec. Mary Burke’s replacement and a former governor shows that Burke had no plan for the agency.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke charged WI taxpayers for luxury seats on an international trip when she was commerce secretary. Gov. Scott Walker, on the other hand, flies in coach when he travels for official business.
While liberals pick and choose which Wisconsin laws the state should defend in court, the state attorney general has put the state constitution above all.
That’s important because this fall Wisconsin voters will decide whether or not to amend the state constitution to prevent future governors and legislators from “raiding” the state’s transportation fund.
The top Republican on the state Assembly’s forestry committee and a Democrat member of the committee are hosting a climate change conference next week at the state Capitol.