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Behemoth $2T COVID-19 response bill clears U.S. House, heads to Trump

WASHINGTON — A $2 trillion bill to aid workers, health care providers and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic is poised to become law following...

Third election lawsuit against WEC filed by voting rights groups and...

A third lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission was filed Thursday in federal court by voting rights groups and four registered voters over the...

Rep. David Bowen joins voting organizers in calling for postponed primary...

As the April 7 election draws closer, more state leaders and activists are joining the call to postpone the election, at least until June....

Obama stimulus watchdog: ‘Bad guys’ will make play for COVID-19 relief...

  WASHINGTON — Earl Devaney is feeling déjà vu. Devaney, a former longtime federal watchdog, was hired in 2009 to police the distribution of $840 billion in federal...

Thinking big while staying at home Progressive policy wonks on how...

Joel Rogers, University of Wisconsin professor of law, political science, public affairs and sociology and the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant, was...

An untapped resource for fighting COVID-19 Two state-owned care facilities in Madison...

Lately, on daily walks through my neighborhood, I’ve been wondering: What if Wisconsin were to experience some sort of public health crisis, creating a...

Pandemic spurs U.S. Senate to pass historic aid package Baldwin: “A...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate late Wednesday night approved a $2 trillion spending bill that aims to provide economic relief for workers and businesses...

Bill to waive unemployment waiting period is from an unexpected source...

Unemployment claims have exploded in Wisconsin, spiking above 100,000 new claims over the past nine days and making national news as businesses shut down...

Office of Emergency Management briefs Milwaukee County supervisors This was the...

Milwaukee County’s Board of Supervisors held its first ever online meeting on Tuesday, March 24, to review the latest developments as the coronavirus pandemic...

‘At their own peril’ federal lawsuit from city of Green Bay...

The City of Green Bay has a backlog of 4,083 absentee ballots waiting to be processed and has already sent 5,537 ballots out the...
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