The lobbying reports show Kimberly-Clark spent $131,107 to lobby the Capitol between July 1 and Dec. 31, a significant uptick in activity for the manufacturer.
So, how much does it cost to produce a bottle of wine? The answer comes down to the volume of wine produced. The more you produce, the less it costs.
The first major test of divided government in Wisconsin will come when Democratic Gov. Tony Evers presents his budget to the GOP-controlled Legislature in March.
Republican lawmakers have agreed to pay their attorney $500 per hour, nearly double the rate Gov. Tony Evers is paying his in the lame-duck cases.
Here’s a list of fun facts and jokes from a good friend of mine. Hope you have a good laugh. And how does that elbow of yours taste?
Download this column as a Word document See other WNA Member Content offerings Control of Wisconsin’s state government shifted hands several times in the 1990s and into the 2000s, then settled into a pattern of one-party dominance. The last time the two parties shared control of state government was the 2007-08 legislative session, when Democratic…
Gov. Tony Evers is prioritizing “diversity and inclusivity” as he looks to build a staff capable of taking on some of the biggest challenges facing the state.
The more we know about the efforts by officials in Racine to shield public records from public view, the more outrageous it seems.
I love reading jokes, it’s fun that we are able to laugh at silly stuff in life and, more importantly, to be able to laugh at ourselves. After all, laughter is the best medicine, right?
After a decade of one-party control of the governor’s office and both houses of the Legislature, Wisconsin residents are about to get an education in divided government.