A judge dismissed a watchdog group’s claims that a panel researching the possible impeachment of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz violated the state’s open meeting laws.
Wisconsin lawmakers approved a plan Tuesday to spend nearly half a billion dollars to help the Milwaukee Brewers repair their stadium over the next three decades, pushing the proposal to Gov. Tony Evers’ desk despite arguments that the team has more than enough money and doesn’t deserve such a sizable government subsidy.
Democratic lawmakers introduced a sweeping legislative package Thursday to address deteriorating conditions in Wisconsin prisons as a chronic staffing shortage has led to months-long lockdowns and a federal lawsuit.
Gov. Tony Evers has vowed to veto gender-affirming care ban, but supports Brewers stadium deal.
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers will use newly discovered federal dollars to keep a pandemic-era child care subsidy program going for another year and a half, his administration announced Monday.
Republican legislators Monday announced a bill that would devote more than $614 million in public funding to repair and renovate the Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium — far more than taxpayers spent to build it more than two decades ago.
A northern Wisconsin sawmill has agreed to pay nearly $191,000 and stop hiring children under 16 to settle a federal lawsuit labor regulators filed after a teenager was killed on the job this summer and other child employees were hurt in a string of accidents.
Two farm groups have filed a lawsuit alleging that Wisconsin regulators can’t force factory farms to obtain pollution permits before they actually discharge pollutants into state waterways.
A judge refused Friday to toss out a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s 174-year-old abortion ban, keeping the case inching toward the state Supreme Court in a state where debate over abortion rights has taken center stage.
Republicans who control the Wisconsin Legislature voted to end funding for a pandemic-era child care subsidy program over the objections of Democrats and child care providers who argued that the move would be devastating for needy families and the state’s economy.
Lawmakers are considering legislation that would tighten prohibitions on sexual assault within the Wisconsin National Guard.
Wisconsin Republicans have voted to put $125 million aside to combat pollution from so-called forever chemicals, but delayed a decision on how exactly to spend the money.