A MinnPost editorial claims Minnesota is better for taxpayers than Wisconsin, we take a look at that claim and present the facts.
On April 15th the Joint Finance Committee voted to end mandated ratepayer funding for the Citizens Utility Board. The move would cancel a $300,000 grant that was put in place in 2009 by Jim Doyle.
Milwaukee residents respond to the $15 Now campaign with some pretty straightforward words.
After legislative changes reduced the amount Wisconsin income earners have withheld in state taxes from their paychecks, state income tax refunds have not surprisingly went down. But while the correlation between reduced withholdings and lower tax refunds may not surprise most, the liberal reaction to reduced income tax refunds shows just how much some liberals don’t understand how taxes are collect.
The number of manufacturing jobs in Indiana and Michigan grew after those states passed Right to Work reforms in 2012.
Clerks issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples are, for now, violating the law because the state law defining marriage hasn’t been struck down.
A bioscience funding bill introduced by ex-GOP state Sen. Van Wanggaard and pro-choice Democrat Sen. Lena Taylor would have allowed for taxpayer-funded human cloning and human embryonic stem cell research when it was introduced in 2012.
Waukesha District Attorney Brad Schimel is running for state Attorney General and hopes to be seen as a defender of the rights of Wisconsin citizens.
A well-funded political group widely regarded as a proxy for the Hillary Clinton machine has opened fire on a television advertising and public education effort recently launched by AFP.
In less than 4 years, Gov. Scott Walker has held over 1,000 meetings and events with constituents around Wisconsin.