Politics & Government

RightWisconsin links brewery shooting to Walker recall

The mass shooting at the Molson Coors brewery last week was the 45th mass shooting already in 2020, according to the Gun Violence Archive...

Who do voters in Wisconsin — or Pennsylvania or Michigan —...

In a week with a rise in confirmed cases of coronavirus and a sharp drop in the stock market, along with a tragic mass...

What’s next in Wisconsin’s voter purge battle?

On Friday, Wisconsin’s 4th District Court of Appeals overturned a lower court’s order to remove more than 200,000 voters from the rolls, and vacated...

A closer look at the One Milwaukee Task Force

The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors green-lit a new proposed strategy for increasing services and resources in the county and its institutions. Dubbed the...

Molson Coors’ shooting rekindles gun-safety debate

A mass shooting at Milwaukee’s Molson Coors brewery on Wednesday left a community in mourning and spurred frustration among local and state officials. The...

Evers Cabinet secretaries meet business WMC lobbying day puts aside political...

On the annual lobbying day for the Republican-leaning Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, three cabinet secretaries appointed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers made a pitch...

Spicing up the political discourse Penzey calls on CEOs to join...

Bill Penzey’s ongoing campaign against President Donald Trump and the Republican Party has taken a new turn, as the famously outspoken Wisconsin spice purveyor...

The two faces of Wisconsin’s criminal justice debate Represenatives Evan Goyke...

The ideological divide on criminal justice in Wisconsin is personified by two state representatives — Rep. Joe Sanfelippo (R- New Berlin) and Rep. Evan...

U.S. House votes on landmark bill to make lynching a federal...

WASHINGTON — Lynching is not considered a hate crime under federal law, but that’s expected to change soon. The U.S. House voted 410-4 on Wednesday to approve...

Gov. Evers vetoes tax cut bill

On Wednesday, Feb. 26 Gov. Tony Evers held a news conference in Wauwatosa to announce his veto of Senate Bill 821. The plan, passed...
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