Dan Kapanke wants back in. Jennifer Shilling wants to hold on to what she’s got.
Drawn from a federal survey done every three years since 1983, the data can't be trusted without some gargantuan caveats, a critic writes.
The court has not issued decisions on challenges to the domestic partner registry, voter ID requirement and changes to collective bargaining.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday to determine the constitutionality of Act 10, which restricts teachers’ unions’ collec…
A state appeals court ruled Monday that it would not put on hold a Dane County judge’s contempt order against a state agency that derailed uni…
The Wisconsin Supreme Court plans to hear oral arguments on the collective bargaining law on Nov. 11.
An employee handbook and amended civil service ordinance will preserve some rights, but not all.
Legislative leaders say they haven't formally discussed expanding Act 10.
After issuing nearly 100 tickets to protesters in September and October, mostly to Solidarity Singers, Capitol Police handed out only four tickets in November.
Milwaukee officials want to join a lawsuit alleging Republican Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law is unconstitutional.
A Dane County judge said Monday that he won't delay enforcement of his September ruling that overturned parts of the state's collective bargaining law while the state appeals it.
The Madison School Board unanimously approved one-year collective bargaining agreements with its employees Thursday, taking advantage of a leg…
The Madison School District is seeking several significant changes to its collective bargaining agreement with its teachers union, setting up …
The Madison School Board agreed Monday night to enter collective bargaining negotiations immediately with its employee unions.
A federal appeals court in Chicago heard arguments Monday on the constitutionality of Wisconsin's law restricting collective bargaining by public employees — one of several related appeals working their way through the courts.
Superintendent Tony Evers called for an increase in respect for teachers, saying they have been unfairly targeted in the fight over Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law.
Madison Teachers Inc., still buzzing from its victory last week when a Dane County judge declared Walker's collective bargaining law unconstitutional, chose to ignore the governor's visit Wednesday to a Madison school.
State Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said Saturday he will ask that enforcement be delayed of a court ruling blocking significant portions of the state’s collective bargaining law for public workers while the issue is under appeal.
Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says he will seek permission to enforce a state law that effectively ended collective bargaining fo…
In T-shirts emblazoned with slogans of solidarity, several hundred people turned out for a rally Friday at the state Capitol to show support for striking teachers in Chicago.
The union representing 900 part-time faculty at Madison Area Technical College, also known as Madison College, sued the school on Monday.
A Democratic lawmaker plans to introduce a bill next session that, if passed, would allow the public to force a referendum to repeal individual laws.
The jury may still be out on Gov. Scott Walker's ability to bring jobs to the state, but it's hard to argue the man hasn't been good for at le…
Wisconsin's controversial 2011 collective bargaining law may add $87.5 million to state retirement system costs next year due to a little-noticed change that will boost employee benefits.
New report says even with Act 10, state workers remain highly paid