Speaker Robin Vos says he wants the Wisconsin State Assembly to look at legislation that would legalize medical marijuana when the body returns from its summer break in the fall.
Three additional suits against the controversial lame-duck laws remain even after the recent state Supreme Court ruling affirming the extraordinary session.
Republican legislators in Wisconsin racked up $1.5 million in legal bills over the first five months of the year as they relied on outside counsel to represent them in lawsuits.
Supreme Court candidate Jill Karofsky says the biggest mistake of her 27-career judicial career was bringing an obstruction charge against Patty Murphy.
Despite the positive impact of the indoor smoking ban on public health, just one tribal-run casino has gone smoke-free since it was passed 10 years ago.
Download this column as a Word document See other WNA Member Content offerings Wisconsin lawmakers last year headed to Poland for a trade mission and Taiwan for meetings with foreign dignitaries with other Midwestern legislators, according to their latest economic interest filings. Others reported hitting a series of U.S. destinations, ranging from Los Angeles to…
More than 8% of the state’s prison guards sought transfers to get a $5-an-hour pay boost in the first eight days after a plan was proposed to address critical staff shortages.
Top strategists are divided over President Trump’s 2020 election prospects, but they agree Wisconsin is a key stop on the road to the White House.
Three years after beating Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin’s presidential primary, Bernie Sanders has topped the wide field of Democratic candidates in the burgeoning race for donations in the state.
Fueled largely by the opioid and meth epidemic ravaging the state, counties have seen rising costs to the child welfare services they provide, as caseworkers face mounting caseloads