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Oneida Nation Chair Hill calls on state to address global warming, CWD, health care...

Oneida Nation Chair Tehassi Hill pushed officials in the annual State of the Tribes address to do more to respond to global warming, curb...

Marquette poll: Evers approval, disapproval up; voters also more likely to see him trying...

More Wisconsin voters both approve and disapprove of the job Gov. Tony Evers is doing three months into his term, according to a new...

Neubauer concedes in Supreme Court race

Lisa Neubauer on Wednesday conceded to Brian Hagedorn, dropping the possibility of seeking a recount in their razor-close race to become the state’s next...

Fitzgerald vows appeal after judge refuses to reinstate lame-duck appointments

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald vowed to appeal a court’s decision today rejecting the GOP Legislature’s request to restore former Gov. Scott Walker’s 82...

Evers tells ‘UpFront’ GOP to blame for ‘constitutional crisis’

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers agreed Wisconsin is in a “constitutional crisis” but said it was “created by the Republicans in the lame-duck session.” “Yes, there...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for April 5

On this week's episode, WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and WisconsinEye's Steve Walters discuss a potential recount in the state Supreme Court race, the JFC hearings on Gov. Tony Evers' budget and Wisconsin being withdrawn from a lawsuit to void the Affordable Care Act.

Foxconn reported spending nearly $100M last year on Racine Co. project

Foxconn spent nearly $100 million on its Racine County development last year with the lion's share going to land acquisition. And about half the Taiwanese...

‘UpFront’: Steineke says Evers’ actions in battle over lame-duck laws creating chaos

Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke, R-Kaukauna, said the state is "absolutely" in a constitutional crisis as the legal battles over December extraordinary session laws...

Evers re-appoints 67 after lame-duck ruling

Gov. Tony Evers has moved to re-appoint many of the people he sought to pull off state boards and commissions last week even as...

Rewind: Your Week in Review for March 29

On this week's episode, WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and WisconsinEye's Steve Walters discuss the lame-duck rulings, the uncertainty over the 82 appointments Gov. Tony Evers withdrew and the state Supreme Court race.

Appeals court stays lame-duck ruling

The 3rd District Court of Appeals today stayed a Dane County judge’s ruling that prevented enforcement of all laws and appointments Republicans approved in...

Hagedorn, Neubauer trade blows on temperament, blog posts, ideology

MILWAUKEE -- Meeting for their final debate ahead of the April 2 election, Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn accused rival Lisa Neubauer of making...

Second Dane County judge issues injunction against portions of lame-duck laws

A Dane County judge has temporarily enjoined several sections of laws passed in a December extraordinary session following a challenge brought by a series...

Evers administration working ‘as quickly as possible’ to fill 82 rescinded appointments

Gov. Tony Evers says his administration is working "as quickly as possible" to fill the 82 appointments he canceled last week after a Dane...

Bowen talks lame-duck lawsuit, Lincoln Hills on ‘UpFront’

State Rep. David Bowen, D-Milwaukee, said Republicans are "sore losers" who implemented laws in extraordinary session that Wisconsin citizens didn't want or need. Bowen appeared...