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Baldwin, Vukmir split on Kavanaugh allegations

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin continued to call for reopening the FBI investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh following new sexual misconduct allegations. Meanwhile, GOP...

WisPolitics Midday – Sept. 24, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday Update: AG Brad Schimel compares opponents campaign to that of Hillary Clinton's in 2016. Dem Minority leader says the Dems...

Schimel says he puts ‘public safety over politics’ on ‘UpFront’

Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel slammed Democratic candidate Josh Kaul in a TV interview, comparing Kaul's campaign to that of failed 2016 presidential candidate...

WisPolitics Midday – Sept. 21, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday update: DOJ files a new lawsuit against Feds Democratic Governors Association attacks Gov Walker over not taking federal money to...

‘Rewind’: Your week in review

On this week's episode, WisPolitics.com's JR Ross and WisconsinEye's Steve Walters discuss the debate over health care, the dispute with 1st CD Dem Randy Bryce's family and the latest Marquette University Law School Poll.

Evers says state’s priorities ‘out of whack’ in State of Education address

State Superintendent and Dem guv candidate Tony Evers called for "a better way" for investing in K-12 in his annual "State of Education" address.  Evers...

Kleefisch apologizes for unsubstantiated allegations against Barnes in anthem dustup

Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, who had offered no proof to back up her allegation, Tuesday apologized for accusing Dem rival Mandela Barnes of kneeling...

Barnes, Kleefisch trade barbs on anthem allegations

Dem LG candidate Mandela Barnes called GOP incumbent Rebecca Kleefisch a liar for suggesting without proof that he knelt during the national anthem at...

WisPolitics Midday – Sept. 17, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday Update: Wisconsin's US Senators weigh in on aligations against the US Supreme Court Nominee. Gov Walker touts $200m in proposed tax...

‘UpFront’: Roth urges Senate to pass Kimberly-Clark incentives

Senate President Roger Roth said the Senate needs to act fast on a $100 million incentive package to help keep Kimberly-Clark in the Fox...

WisPolitics Midday – September 14, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday Update: Poll numbers look good for Bryan Steil in CD1 Arguments being renewed in the court case over Wisconsin's district...

Fitzgerald urges Shilling to gauge support among Dem caucus for Kimberly-Clark incentive package

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald is urging Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling to gauge how many of her caucus members back an incentive package for...

Study committee members say statewide standards needed for police body cam implementation

Members of a commission tasked with tackling legislation on the use of police body cams agree that the Legislature should set some minimum standards...

WisPolitics Midday – September 13, 2018

In today's WisPolitics Midday Update: Fundraising update for Dem Gov candidate Tony Evers Gov Walker calls on the legislature to pass Kimberly-Clark incentive package.

Walker says Kimberly-Clark package needs bipartisan backing to pass Senate

Gov. Scott Walker says an incentive package that could help keep open one of Kimberly-Clark's plants in the Fox Valley could only pass the...
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