Attorney General Josh Kaul will open the Attorney General’s Summit on Emergency Detention today, bringing together legislators, law enforcement, medical
Recently, the Assembly Republican leadership introduced a motion that will be debated on the floor on Thursday, October 10. That
HUGHES SEES PEOPLE AS WISCONSIN’S BIGGEST ASSET Missy Hughes was recently appointed as the new CEO of the Wisconsin Economic
Part five of the series on the partial veto powers of the Governor of Wisconsin, reviews the “Vanna White” Veto.
Continuing with the series on the partial veto powers of the Governor of Wisconsin, this report focuses on the Write-Down
In Part III of our series on the partial veto powers of the Governor of Wisconsin, we will highlight the
As reported in last week’s Wheeler Blog, the Governor of Wisconsin has the power to partially veto appropriation bills. He
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SUPREME COURT OPINION ON DECEMBER EXTRAORDINARY SESSION (League of Women Voters v. Tony Evers, Dane County Circuit Court, J. R.
Since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, women have played an important role in the Wisconsin media. Shown below is