State sees 15% decline, Milwaukee County 26% drop in those covered by Obamacare.
At stake is whether justices will recuse themselves to avoid flagrant conflicts of interest.
Those who are facing homelessness should not have to wait through the freezing Wisconsin winter months for Republicans to decide to do their job.
A tent city of homeless people isn’t the kind of image self-congratulatory liberal Milwaukee leaders like Mayor Tom Barrett want to showcase to the world when Wisconsin’s biggest city welcomes the Democratic National Convention in July.
Will Legislature pass bipartisan bill to assure backlog of rape kits doesn’t recur?
Legislation drafted to support local, rural volunteer emergency medical providers
Evers should make the first move – invite Republican legislators often to the governor’s mansion. It also would be wise for Evers to ask a Republican to serve in his cabinet or as a top adviser.
If a proposed $640 million referendum for Milwaukee Public Schools passes, local taxpayers won’t be the only ones on the hook. A referendum of this size would result in as much as $200 million additional dollars in state money to MPS.
Previous searches have always included faculty and student representatives.
For most Americans the sound of a U.S.A. fighter jet is “the sound of freedom.” But to Rep. Chris Taylor it’s nauseating and headache-inducing.
The total value of exports from Wisconsin has been flat for years, in part for purely market reasons but no doubt also because of constant uncertainties over the rules of trade. It is time to restore some certainty to the process, and Wisconsin’s congressional delegation can help.
Bloomberg is flat wrong that this is a weak field. Objections to Trump are growing to the point that any of these opponents can make a good case. Particularly with an electorate that understands where the candidates are heading more than getting hung up on how they get there.
U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan has a clear-eyed perspective on the question of impeachment. It is not an option, or a strategy. It is a duty.
WisOpinion.com: ‘The Insiders’ consider Fitzgerald’s replacement as majority leader if he wins 5th CD
As state Sen. Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, charts his campaign for the 5th Congressional District seat, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, review the Republicans who may replace him as Senate majority leader if the GOP retains control of the chamber next fall.
The stylistic and ideological rift between Democratic camps is clearly deep and dangerous.