Former county treasurer Larry Lokken and his then-deputy Kay Onarheim are serving prison terms for stealing about $1,000,000 from county taxpayers over a number of years. But the state of Wisconsin and Eau Claire County cannot touch their public pensions to collect the money.Read More
The next time someone wins a $768 million Powerball jackpot in Wisconsin, the state’s top Republican wants to let them remain anonymous.Read More
“No recount in history, in recent American history since we’ve been doing modern voting over the last couple of decades, has seen 6,000 votes. You’re lucky if you get 1,000,” Hagedorn said.Read More
The state’s Department of Public Instruction says that 75 percent of school districts in Wisconsin that asked voters for more money got what they wanted.Read More
The Legislative Fiscal Bureau last week said Evers’ two-year state budget would spend $2 billion more than Wisconsin has to spend.Read More
Still talk of recount as conservative Hagedorn edges liberal opponent to win Wisconsin Supreme Court race
The results in Wisconsin’s race for state Supreme Court won’t be certified for a week. Maybe by then voters will know if there’s going to be a recount.Read More
The Wausau-based appeals court ruling means the laws passed during December’s extraordinary session can once again be enforced.Read More
Judge Frank Remington issued a temporary injunction Tuesday against the laws that deal with limiting Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul from managing lawsuits.Read More
As lawmakers in Madison wait for two judges to rule on Republican reform packages approved during a December extraordinary session, there is sense that the few days of chaos caused by a Dane County court’s decision could take a while to sort out.Read More
Judge Richard Niess ruled Thursday that Republican lawmakers violated the state’s constitution in December when they called an extraordinary session and approved a series of laws to cement the reforms of the past eight years.Read More
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It's no surprise Madison area schools are pushing policies to blur boundaries between parent/teacher responsibilities. Just another attempt to separate families because "the state knows best."
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