A Marquette University law school poll released Tuesday says 51 percent of respondents approve of the way Gov. Scott Walker is doing his job, while 45 percent disapprove.
A Marquette University law school poll released Tuesday says three-fourths of Wisconsin residents support a tuition freeze at the University of Wisconsin.
A Marquette University law school poll released Tuesday said 48 percent of respondents would like to see Wisconsin's voucher program expanded statewide or at least in larger districts with some underperforming schools. Forty-four percent want it frozen or ended altogether.
Gov. Scott Walker says the IRS's screening of conservative political groups seeking tax-exempt status is "more than just a political scandal."
UPDATE: Gov. Scott Walker says he has no problems with a new residency requirement added to the state budget by the Legislature's Joint Finance Committee.
A former Waupun City Council member is seeking the Republican nomination for Wisconsin secretary of state.
UPDATE: The state Assembly is expected to take up a Republican bill that would allow attorneys to nullify court rulings blocking state laws by filing quick appeals.
UPDATE: The Minnesota Senate has voted to legalize gay marriage, putting the state on the brink of becoming the 12th to allow same-sex couples to marry.
UPDATE: The Legislature's budget committee wants to see more details from the Department of Corrections about its plan for hiring additional staff before handing over the money.
UPDATE: Unemployed people in Wisconsin would have to double their searches for work from two to four a week or lose their benefits under a proposal approved by the Legislature's budget committee.
A Republican member of the Legislature's budget committee says he doesn't know if he's convinced enough of his colleagues to reject a proposal freeing rent-to-own businesses from Wisconsin's consumer protection act.
UPDATE: President Barack Obama is dismissing Republican criticism of his administration's handling of the attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Libya, calling the criticism a political sideshow.
The state Natural Resources Board is scheduled to vote next week on a scope statement for rules implementing Republican changes to Wisconsin's mining regulations.
Five of the eight members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation are expressing their opposition to a plan that could limit milk production in the state.
No Wisconsin city could prohibit the sale of large, sugary drinks as was done in New York City under a provision that has been added to the state budget.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is introducing legislation to limit the use of drones in Wisconsin.
Assembly Republican leaders say a $500 million boost in state revenue should be tapped to pay for an increase in public school spending.
A bill that would not require doctors to not give patients as much information about alternative treatments is up for a vote today in the state Assembly
UPDATE: The state Assembly has passed a bill opponents say would slow asbestos-exposure lawsuit
UPDATE:The state Senate is scheduled to take up a bill designed to weaken the Milwaukee County Board.
UPDATE: The Wisconsin Assembly has approved a bill that would limit the amount of food stamp benefits that could be spent on junk food.
The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a bill requiring registered sex offenders to notify school officials before going onto school grounds.
UPDATE: The state Senate has approved a bill designed to protect sanitation workers from reckless drivers who go around garbage trucks.
UPDATE: The Wisconsin state Senate plans to vote on a bill with bipartisan support that would allow dentists to charge more for certain services not covered by an insurance plan.