The State Assembly Thursday on a 53-38 vote approved a bill that would allow gold and copper mining in Wisconsin again. But securing votes in the senate for an expected vote next week in support of repealing Wisconsin’s mining moratorium is proving to be difficult, even with the support of mining experts who say the bill is […]
While it’s predictable that democrats would continue to find any issues they can within the Foxconn deal, Senate and Assembly Republicans now seem to be at odds with one another on the pace at which the bill is moving. In an interview conducted by Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader, Senate Republican leader Scott Fitzgerald […]
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan joined Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader Tuesday to discuss the rapidly changing developments in the health care debate.
U. S. Senator Ron Johnson (R) WI, was one of four conservative senators first to express concerns about a health care reform bill now before the Senate. Johnson joined Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader to discuss the bill and his issues with it.
The race for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in 2018 could be crowded and expensive. There are already three candidates considered likely to run for the chance to challenge incumbent Tammy Baldwin: Madison businessman Eric Hovde, Milwaukee area business consultant and Marine veteran Kevin Nicholson and State Senator Leah Vukmir. Most observers consider Nicholson […]
The recount of Wisconsin’s presidential election is facing lawsuit and FEC complaint challenges from Republicans, not because they are afraid it will change the outcome but rather because they consider it pointless. A lawsuit filed in federal court in Madison by Trump supporters Friday argues that the recount violates the constitution because ballots aren’t treated equally in […]
In a new policy document, the two-term Democratic U.S. Senator flip-flops, now supports warplane he repeatedly tried to kill while serving in the U.S. Senate.
Republican Florida state senators are reconsidering their support of taxpayer subsidized college tuition for illegal immigrants.
The Florida legislature rejected a proposal by Gov. Rick Scott to have high-ranking staffers pay $50 per month for state-provided health insurance.
State senators tell Media Trackers they would vote for a bill that ends taxpayer funding for abortions through state insurance plans.