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‘UpFront’: Walker says Biden likely to win Dem nomination

Former Republican Gov. Scott Walker said he thinks Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders "most likely" will win Wisconsin's Democratic presidential primary, but former Vice President...

Dems introduce bills aiming to provide financial stability for farmers

Dem lawmakers have introduced a package of measures aimed at providing financial stability to farmers in the state facing "an agricultural crisis." Reps. Dave Considine...

Kaul warns ‘hundreds of millions’ from settlements at stake in lame-duck law standoff

AG Josh Kaul is warning that an impasse between his office and GOP lawmakers over legislation passed during December's lame-duck session could endanger "hundreds...

Review finds Wisconsin voting equipment at times connected to internet, potentially vulnerable

By Patrick Poblete WisPolitics.com Vital election equipment in at least seven Wisconsin counties has been connected to the internet, in some cases for nearly a year...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Sept. 13

On this week's episode, WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and the Capital Times’ Jessie Opoien discuss the latest developments in the 5th and 7th CD races, the ongoing standoff between AG Josh Kaul and the GOP co-chairs of the Joint Finance Committee and the focus on Wisconsin in 2020.

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Sept. 6

On this week's episode of "Rewind," WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and Scott Bauer of The Associated Press discuss the pending departures from Wisconsin’s congressional delegation, the latest Marquette University Law School Poll results and the ongoing dispute between the Joint Finance Committee and the Department of Justice over lawsuit settlements.

Trade groups looking forward to working with new WEDC CEO

Some of the state's top trade groups say they're looking forward to working with Missy Hughes when she takes over as CEO of the...

Trump campaign’s Guilfoyle tells UW-Madison College Republicans to speak out, mobilize

Trump campaign Senior Adviser Kimberly Guilfoyle called on UW-Madison students to speak out about conservative values and mobilize themselves and their peers on Election...

UpFront: Director of Milwaukee violence prevention effort says new programming helping drive down shootings

Homicides and non-fatal shootings in Milwaukee are down from last year, and the director of the city's violence prevention efforts said new programming is...