You’re a U.S. Supreme Court justice hearing arguments in a major case from Wisconsin, so put on your robe.
It just seems that Democratic legislators dump their leaders every 10 years. It’s not a law or the result of a full moon. It’s usually happens after a leader casts a vote that upsets their peers.
John wonders if Foxconn's deal with Wisconsin will become a "transformational step for our state."
Sunday was U.S. Constitution Day, marking the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787.
You are poised to become Gov. Scott Walker’s partner in either turning southeast Wisconsin into a Midwest Silicon Valley, or Wisconsin’s version of mythical con man Harold Hill, who had residents of an Iowa hamlet donate money for a town band. It was a Broadway play and movie, “Music Man.”
Wisconsin is envied nationally for its fully funded public employee pension system but mocked for not having a long-term plan to maintain and rebuild its aging highways.
A Wisconsin governor plans a major, costly economic development deal with the Legislature’s support. But a governor of the opposite party gets elected, killing the deal.
With an Assembly vote on the Foxconn deal tentatively scheduled for Thursday, here are 10 questions that have every legislator squirming.
Why did Senate Republicans last week want to borrow $712 million more for the state Department of Transportation to spend on highways over the next two years?
The state Supreme Court ruled July 7 that penalizing homeowners who don’t open their homes to government appraisers violates the U.S. Constitution clause prohibiting illegal searches.