You can make a good wage as a victims advocate if you form a front group to channel money into your lobbying firm. Better yet, even if you fail to stop legislation your paid to oppose in Wisconsin, you can still take your gig to the national level and get some recognition there.
Wisconsin Recent Headlines
A small businessman describes the confusing, costly consequences of the state’s prevailing wage mandate.
Liberals claim tougher gun laws are needed, but 5 homicide suspects already had criminal records that prevented them from lawfully possessing a firearm.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) calls him “my dear friend,” and says he is part of an “amazing group of people” who have aided her political career. Bill Murat enjoys a special kind of relationship with his boss that is not common to all chief’s of staff in the United States Senate.
A plan to reform John Doe proceedings has drawn fire from Democrats and liberal activists. Just six years ago, Democrats and labor unions joined with Republicans to pass a reform that curtailed one key aspect of John Doe investigations.
Stunning new details of the most recent partisan John Doe probe emerge as lawmakers push for reforms to make system more accountable, transparent.
Milwaukee residents respond to the $15 Now campaign with some pretty straightforward words.
Self-appointed “transparency” expert a hypocrite when it comes to campaign finance laws, has long history of partisanship.
The Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin is strongly opposed to Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed state budget, but they get a large amount of taxpayer money now.
In a signed complaint, Abrahamson said voters approved a constitutional amendment that had actually not yet been voted on at the time.