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WisPolitics Midday: Dec. 4, 2018

On today's Wispolitics MidDay: The assembly and senate are taking up three extraordinary session bills Governor Walker nominates Scott Beightol to the UW Board of...

WisPolitics Midday: Dec. 3, 2018

On today's Wispolitics Midday: Governor Elect Evers' team is gearing up for a fight ahead of the lame duck session Brad Courtney temporarily re-elected...

Evers: ‘All options’ being considered as GOP lawmakers seek to limit his powers

MILWAUKEE -- Gov.-elect Tony Evers says his team is considering "all options" if Republicans' lame-duck legislation to limit the powers of him and incoming...

GOP bills would restrict Evers’, Kaul’s powers, limit in-person absentee voting

GOP lawmakers are considering sweeping new changes to state law that would restrict the powers of Gov.-elect Tony Evers and incoming Dem AG Josh...

‘Rewind’: Your week in review

On this week's episode, WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and WisconsinEye's Steve Walters discuss spending from outside groups this election cycle, the future of the Kimberly-Clark incentive package and the upcoming lame-duck session.

WisPolitics Midday: Nov. 30, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday update: Details begin to emerge for the upcoming lame-duck legislative session. The U.S. Senate passes Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson's resolution...

Sources: GOP leaders considering tax changes, altering WEDC exec appointments in extraordinary session

Republican lawmakers are considering changes to state tax laws and a revamped WEDC board with the power to appoint the agency CEO rather than...

WisPolitics Midday: Nov. 29, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday update: The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. expands the veteran focus portion of its talent attraction campaign. Gov.-elect Tony Evers asks...

Evers: More time, money may be needed for youth corrections overhaul

Gov.-elect Tony Evers says more time and money will likely be needed to complete an overhaul of the state's youth prison system. The Legislature in...

WisPolitics Midday: Nov. 28, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday update: The future of the Kimberly-Clark incentive package remains uncertain. Former state GOP chairman Reince Priebus has agreed to participate...

Fitzgerald: ‘Significant’ Dem support needed for Kimberly-Clark bill

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says he expects there are "maybe" 10 or 11 Senate Republican votes for the Kimberly-Clark bill. The Juneau Republican has...

WisPolitics Midday: Nov. 27, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday update: Outgoing AG Brad Schimel issues an informal opinion that could threaten "wedding barns." Republicans meet to discuss the upcoming lame duck...

Schimel: Wedding barns need license to serve alcohol

A new informal opinion from outgoing AG Brad Schimel could threaten so-called "wedding barns," according to a conservative think tank. But Walker administration officials aren't...

WisPolitics Midday: Nov. 26, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday update: A Waukesha Circuit Court judge passes on a bid for the state Supreme Court. Two young lawmakers say millenials...

‘UpFront’ panel: Millennials tired of division, becoming more politically involved

Millennials are tired of political fighting and division and may play a role in moving beyond gridlock, two millennial-aged lawmakers said. State Reps. Amanda Stuck,...
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