Republicans don’t control two-thirds of the Assembly, but they only need two-thirds of those present on a session day to override the governor’s veto.
Some police agencies across the country have used the voter-approved constitutional amendment that broadens victim privacy to shield officers who use force.
Jack Kelly joins Wisconsin Watch after two years as a statehouse reporter for the Capital Times based in Madison.
A group funded by deep-pocketed GOP donors is pushing to make it harder to vote and to receive unemployment insurance and Medicaid
Gov. Tony Evers signs a budget that excludes his plan to help staff-strapped local governments track and apply for federal infrastructure dollars.
The courts and Evers administration have stepped in, but bipartisan efforts to make state law neutral to reflect status of same-sex couples have stalled
Two different research initiatives have documented the ways it’s now more difficult to vote in Wisconsin, from disparities in access to added barriers.
Gov. Tony Evers is considering next steps as conservation groups question legal authority of Legislature to block projects anonymously
Rep. Dan Knodl’s 8th Senate District victory gives Republicans a two-thirds Senate majority, creating speculation about whether they could impeach Justice-elect Janet Protasiewicz.
The election of Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Janet Protasiewicz, a liberal, upends the high court’s 4-3 conservative majority. Her 10-year term begins Aug. 1.
In Wisconsin and most states, judges may determine someone is ‘incompetent’ to vote. Here’s what people with mental disabilities should know about their rights.
A few ultra-wealthy donors play an outsize role as liberal Janet Protasiewicz competes against conservative Daniel Kelly in the April 4 spring election.