Do you support lowering Wisconsin's drinking age to 19 if the state would not lose federal highway funds?
Richard Cordray had just announced he is stepping down as the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau when the special interests that prey on American consumers came running.
Paperwork takes staff away from daily responsibilities and educating kids, officials say.
Trump and the GOP-led Congress have done nothing for regular folks.
Sen. Ron Johnson is right to challenge the GOP's tax reform plan.
We have come a long way in integrating people with disabilities into society. But individuals with mental health and conduct disorders are an exception. We need to provide, support, and encourage mental health facilities in our communities. And we need to provide treatment for these individuals, not just seclusion from the general public.
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, debate the merger of the UW colleges with nearby four-year institutions. Sponsored by Michael Best Strategies and the Wisconsin Counties Association.
Bringing together the best minds in the Middle East with the best minds in the Midwest is a win-win for us all.
Before Walker, Wisconsin politics were spirited yet civil, but have been replaced today by scorched-earth, single-party governance so toxic that Walker refuses to appear in public before any skeptical audience. Sycophants only, please.
While the record shows just how cynical his worry about Democrats' outside money is, the truth is that Gov. Scott Walker doesn't just wallow in money lavished on him by outside contributors. He's owned by them.