Pence touts pre-COVID economy, says Trump will appoint ‘principled, conservative woman’ to Supreme Court

Vice President Mike Pence in his ninth Wisconsin visit this year touted the strength of the U.S. economy during Donald Trump's first three years...
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DC Wrap: DNC member Werthmann warns larger conservative majority on U.S. Supreme Court would erode ‘foundations of our country’

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Agencies asked to lapse more than $301M to address COVID-19 revenue shortfalls

DOA Secretary Joel Brennan announced the Evers administration has upped to $301.5 million how much it expects agencies to lapse back to the state...

WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ discuss how Hagedorn bucked party politics in keeping Greens off presidential...

Though the Green Party and Kanye West wanted onto Wisconsin's presidential ballot, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, consider how conservative Supreme Court newcomer Brian Hagedorn bucked party politics in a high court decision that could help Joe Biden.

Paul Fanlund: Here’s hoping that the ‘darkest before the dawn’ thing is real

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing felt like a death in the family. Only a wave election for Democrats including Donald Trump’s defeat by Joe Biden can bring back the light.

Dave Zweifel: Republicans won’t let public health get in the way of a political...

Why admit that mask wearing can help in this fight when you can make a political issue out of it?

“Culture of connection” makes workplace healthier, more productive

Even before COVID-19, employees were suffering from a “real crisis” of disconnection in the workplace. While the pandemic accelerated it, now is...

City grants and loans a business lifeline

Wisconsin cities across the state offered coronavirus relief grants to local businesses to make up for losses during the economic shutdown.

Lawmakers, trade groups offer solutions to UI backlog

Lawmakers and trade groups are offering solutions to the Unemployment Insurance backlog after former Department of Workforce Development Secretary Caleb Frostman's resignation.

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In Eau Claire, Pence praises pre-COVID economy, promises conservative Supreme Court pick

Today's Midday podcast covers Vice President Mike Pence's ninth Wisconsin visit this year touting the strength of the U.S. economy during Donald Trump's first...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Sept. 25

On this week's episode, WisconsinEye's Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com's JR Ross discuss a federal judge's decision to set a Nov. 9 deadline to county absentee ballots, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's address in the state Senate chamber, U.S. Sen Ron Johnson on filling the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy, Workforce Development Secretary Caleb Frostman's resignation and more.

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The latest episode of “Meeting in Middle America” with host Steven Olikara features an interview with John Burke, president of Trek Bicycle. The conversation...

Biden ad knocks Trump over reported comments disparaging servicemembers

Joe Biden's campaign is out with a new TV ad in Wisconsin again knocking President Trump's reported comments that soldiers who die in combat...

“Meeting in Middle America”: Host Steven Olikara revisits Martin Luther King III interview

The latest episode of “Meeting in Middle America” with host Steven Olikara features a conversation with reporter Stephanie Hoff revisiting a recent interview with...

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