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Karofsky says Kelly’s rulings in cases involving conservative interests ‘feels like corruption’

Liberal Supreme Court candidate Jill Karofsky traded barbs with sitting conservative Justice Daniel Kelly, accusing Scott Walker's appointee of ruling on cases involving conservative...

Evers, Kaul announce $1.5M expansion of treatment and diversion options

Gov. Tony Evers and AG Josh Kaul announced a $1.5 million expansion of treatment and diversion options for non-violent offenders the guv said "moves...

Kind on ‘UpFront’: Impeachment inquiry looks ‘more and more problematic’ for Trump

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind said the impeachment inquiry looks "more and more problematic" for President Trump every day, but he hopes lawmakers will "keep...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Nov. 15

WisconsinEye Senior Producer Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross discuss the conflict between Gov. Tony Evers and Senate Republicans over the firing of Brad Pfaff, state regulation of hemp, and Assembly resolutions on "Bible Week" and calling the Capitol evergreen a "Christmas tree."

Evers asks JFC to release $3.75M annually to fight homelessness

Gov. Tony Evers is asking the Joint Finance Committee to release $3.75 million annually to fight the homeless problem. The money would cover the costs...

Ousted DATCP secretary Pfaff takes job as DOA director

Gov. Tony Evers has hired Brad Pfaff as DOA's director of Business and Rural Development with a slight pay cut compared to his old...

Friends, colleagues mark former Gov. Earl’s 50 years of public service

Five governors and a host of VIPs toasted former Dem Gov. Tony Earl on Nov. 7 for his 50 years of public service before...

Browse the Wisconsin Veterans Museum’s Oral History Program page to hear Wisconsin veterans’ stories

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum's Oral History Program has been collecting stories from Wisconsin-connected veterans of World War I to present conflicts.

‘UpFront’: Vos says Evers is playing politics with special session

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, knocked Democratic Gov. Tony Evers for "playing politics" by calling a special session on new gun legislation that he...

Book excerpt: ‘Ed Garvey Unvarnished: Lessons from a Visionary Progressive’ by Rob Zaleski

From Ed Garvey Unvarnished: Lessons from a Visionary Progressive by Rob Zaleski. Reprinted by permission of the University of Wisconsin Press. © 2019 by...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for Nov. 8

WisconsinEye Senior Producer Steve Walters and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross discuss the Senate GOP's rejection of Brad Pfaff as ag secretary, the Senate's backing of a constitutional amendment to limit governors' veto powers and the Assembly's failed attempt to override three of Gov. Tony Evers' budget vetoes.

Steyer calls for breaking ‘corporate stranglehold’ on America during Milwaukee stop

MILWAUKEE -- Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer touted his plans for education, health care and climate change before an audience of educators and students...

Evers administration, ag groups, others urge Republicans to not reject Pfaff nomination

The Evers administration, ag groups and even his old boss U.S. Rep. Ron Kind made a last-minute push to -- at a minimum --...
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