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Starting Tuesday: Stay at home means stay at home Republicans criticize...

Starting Tuesday there will be a “stay at home” order for the state of Wisconsin, which is a phrase Gov. Tony Evers wants used...

Supreme Court postpones jury trials, stops in-person appearances due to virus

Less than a week after Wisconsin court officials said some in-person appearances and jury trials would continue amid the COVID-19 pandemic because they involved...

We Need Paid Sick Leave Now!

The coronavirus pandemic has made it painfully obvious: We need access to paid sick time to care for all in Wisconsin, we need it...

COVID-19 forcing Wisconsin’s incarceration system to adapt Gov. Evers halts prison...

The Badger State is notorious for its high incarceration rate. So the well-being of Wisconsin’s incarcerated population remains one of the biggest looming challenges...

How, where and when to vote during a pandemic

On Friday evening, March 20, a federal judge extended the deadline for online voter registration in Wisconsin until March 30, in response to a lawsuit...

Elections Commission asks governor for help with April 7 voting

As a growing number of public officials and advocates call for statewide mail-in voting in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Wisconsin Elections...

Appleton, Green Bay, Neenah mayors express concern over election safety Requesting...

Amid mounting legal and public pressure from interest groups, political parties and government officials to delay Wisconsin’s April 7 election in the midst of...

Madison’s alt weekly is a casualty of coronavirus

On March 19, a message went up on the homepage of Isthmus, Madison’s 44-year-old alternative weekly. “We are heartbroken to share this news,” the unsigned...

Wisconsin schools scramble to go online Uneven access to virtual classrooms...

On Monday morning, 28 students received lunch and breakfast to go along with a packet of learning material at Milwaukee’s Bay View High School....

Ron Johnson sold his company’s stock before the market tanked

Sen. Ron Johnson sold between $5 million and $25 million in stock in his family’s plastics company, PACUR LLC, on March 2, as the...
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