American Principles Project PAC is attacking trans youth to win elections and end transition-related care for people of all ages
A liberal court once struck down caps on payouts to victims and then a conservative court upheld them. Would a liberal majority revisit the issue?
From a devastating birth injury to an untimely death and loss of all four limbs, the state Supreme Court has come down both ways on malpractice caps over 17 years.
Democrats hope if Janet Protasiewicz defeats Dan Kelly, past conservative decisions lacking a clear rationale will be easier for a liberal court to overturn
The candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court have accused each other of putting politics above the law. Supporters point to cases that explain what that means.
Outside spending to boost former Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly now outpaces pro-Janet Protasiewicz spending as the April 4 election looms
Small number of cases shows why election officials say Wisconsin’s disorganized system for tracking those adjudicated ‘incompetent’ to vote needs a legislative fix.
What people with criminal convictions should know about voting rights in Wisconsin.
The Joint Finance Committee has long allowed members to anonymously block projects, but some want to rein in its dubious practice of not holding hearings
Prosecutors charged just 192 people with election-related crimes since 2012, but more than half of the cases were related to felony probation status
The state Department of Safety and Professional Services amassed a $47 million surplus — and agency call center service plummeted — while the Legislature rebuffed Gov. Tony Evers’ asks for more help
Gerrymandering continues to present a problem for Democrats and democracy in Wisconsin, but Republicans are unlikely to address the issue anytime soon.