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Wisconsin State Capitol

Panel looks back on Capitol restoration as building turns 100 years old

It took a new tunnel leading out of the state Capitol to solve one of the major issues contractors struggled with when renovating the...

Kleefisch: Walker’s budget reflects residents’ desires

Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch has a message for fellow Republicans looking to raise the gas tax despite Gov. Scott Walker’s veto threat: Trust us,...

Pocan: GOP will pay ‘big, big price’ for health care bill in 2018

U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan this week railed against the House GOP health care bill, predicting Republicans will pay a “big, big price” at the...

State Democratic Party chair hopefuls differ on organizing approach, view of party’s shortcomings

The four candidates for state Democratic Party chair all have different views on how the party should be organized coming off of a crushing...

WisPolitics.com luncheon: State Medicaid director says drug testing enrollees would help people get treatment

Wisconsin Medicaid Director Michael Heifetz says the Walker administration's push to drug test childless adults on the health care program isn't about kicking people...

State GOP Chair Courtney: Republicans focused on beating Baldwin in 2018

Since becoming state GOP chair in 2011, Brad Courtney has seen Scott Walker become the first governor in U.S. history to fend off a...

Gutierrez looking forward to review of state’s licensing requirements

Laura Gutierrez, the new secretary of DSPS, tells WisPolitics.com the agency's "very excited" to work with lawmakers on a comprehensive overview of the state's...

Analysts: Dems face challenges for 2018, House could be in reach

Dems hoping for major electoral victories in 2018 will likely only get them if President Trump's base begins to pull away from him, according...

Johnson warns against protectionism, trade wars

Pointing to the billions of people around the world that are all "markets for our products," U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson this week stressed the...

Dem leaders look to 2018, optimistic for a favorable redistricting ruling

http://www.wiseye.org/mp4stream/EVT/EVT_170316_WISPOL_LUNCH.mp4 The Dems’ top legislative leaders expressed optimism about their party’s 2018 chances, even as no clear gubernatorial candidate has emerged to challenge Gov. Scott...
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