Evers' attorneys said he supports a request by a group of unions in one of the other legal challenges to the GOP laws, asking a judge to block parts of them from taking effect.
The withdrawal, possibly the first ever announced by the organization that represents the real estate industry, comes from an influential underwriter of conservative-backed state Supreme Court candidates in recent years.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos won’t guarantee support for a middle-class tax cut this year following Gov. Tony Evers’ veto of the GOP’s plan.
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The Public Service Commission will look at issues such as customer expectations, legal questions and the role of regulators and utilities in supporting the growing use of electronic vehicles.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will host meetings March 13-20 to hear comments on its environmental review of the high-voltage line known as Cardinal-Hickory Creek, which would connect Dubuque and Middleton.
Rep. Samantha Kerkman said that the legislation was in part inspired by an Aug. 9 incident in Kenosha County in which a nurse driving to work was struck and nearly killed by someone who had been arrested earlier that night for operating while intoxicated, had been released to his mother, but was still drunk and drove again.
The board voted 17-7 against a resolution that would have acknowledged Supervisor Wally Czuprynko’s apologies, but also declared that he had engaged in conduct unbecoming of a county supervisor. Five supervisors abstained from the vote and two were not in attendance.
Evers on Thursday joined unions in arguing that a judge should strike down a set of laws passed by Republican lawmakers that stripped away some powers from his office and from the state's attorney general.
The measure seeks to fund efforts to expand access to women's health care, reduce infant mortality rates and restore eligibility to Planned Parenthood for funding that was stripped away under former Gov. Scott Walker.
Gov. Tony Evers issued his first veto on Wednesday, rejecting a Republican proposal to fund a middle-class tax cut by tapping into the state's budget reserves.
After advancing in Tuesday's primary, Mayor Paul Soglin and former Ald. Satya Rhodes Conway launched into the general election campaign with a fervor.
Evers called the bill fiscally unsound, while Republicans rejected Evers' call for capping a tax credit on large manufacturers.
Gorman & Co. is offering a $24 million, four-story, mixed-use building -- called The Nexus -- with 90 market rate apartments, 17,000 square feet of retail space at the corner of East Washington Avenue and Milwaukee Street.
Evers' pick to lead the state Department of Transportation, Secretary-designee Craig Thompson, is set for a confirmation hearing in a state Senate committee Wednesday.
Hagedorn accepted the money for speeches he gave in 2015, 2016 and 2017 to Alliance Defending Freedom, which has supported criminalizing sodomy and sterilizing transgender people.
U.S. Air Force investigators are already investigating allegations of sexual assault and harassment within a Wisconsin Air National Guard security unit at the urging of U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
Supervisor Mary Kolar, District 1, is leaving the Dane County Board following her appointment by Gov. Tony Evers as the new secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.
The village’s flood recovery committee shared its overall concept plans and heard public input from community members by hosting two meetings Feb. 9 and 14.
The Dane County Board and its committees spent years studying options to close the outdated and failing jail on the sixth and seventh floor of City-County Building as well as the Ferris Huber Center to consolidate the county's jail under one roof.