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MON PM Update: Evers makes statewide TV buy; Evers, Holtz discuss Act 10, Walker’s...

Exclusively for WisPolitics Subscribers From WisPolitics.com ... -- State Superintendent Tony Evers is going up on TV next month with his first buy of...

JFC co-chairs ask congressional delegation to ensure Medicaid funding is equitable

The Joint Finance Committee co-chairs today asked members of the state's congressional delegation asking them to "stand up for Wisconsin" on Medicaid funding. As Congress...

Neylon wants to pass REINS Act as standalone bill outside of budget

State Rep. Adam Neylon plans to move ahead with his "REINS Act" proposal through standalone legislation, even though the guv included a version in...

Dem chair Martha Laning earned $10,000 in bonuses last year

State Dem Chair Martha Laning earned $10,000 in bonuses last year for hitting goals for membership and fundraising, a WisPolitics.com review found. The first $5,000...

Schimel files appeal to Supreme Court in redistricting case

The state Department of Justice today filed a long-anticipated appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court on a ruling that struck down the state's 2011...

Walker’s calendars show more time away from state business as election neared

Gov. Scott Walker ramped up the time he spent away from state business in the months leading up to the general election, a WisPolitics.com...

Schimel announces partnership to lower cost of opioid overdose drug

Attorney General Brad Schimel today announced a partnership with a pharmaceutical company that will give first responders discounted prices for a drug that combats...

THU PM Update: Walker urges CPAC attendees to ‘keep moving forward’ amid protests

Exclusively for WisPolitics Subscribers From WisPolitics.com ... -- Gov. Scott Walker urged attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference today near Washington, D.C., to...

Voters reject $16.41 million in school referendum requests, approve $6.6 million

Voters rejected $16.41 million in referendum requests in the spring primary, while approving about $6.6 million statewide. Only five referenda were on the primary ballot,...

DPI spring primary turnout just above 8 percent

Just more than 8 percent of voters cast ballots in the spring primary, a better turnout than the previous three with a race for...
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