Wisconsin's female lawmakers reflect on anniversary of 19th Amendment ratification, future of women's rights.
A top Republican in the Wisconsin Assembly gave up his leadership post on Wednesday but ignored Gov. Scott Walker’s call to resign after the lawmaker made what he called “stupid comments while under the influence of alcohol” to three female legislators.
A top Republican lawmaker stepped down from his leadership post but rejected a call from Gov. Scott Walker to resign from his Assembly seat after it was reported the legislator had made racist and sexist comments to his colleagues.
The Assembly Health Committee on Tuesday voted on party lines to advance a bill that would block Wisconsin state employees' health insurance plans from covering abortions in most cases.
The Legislature's Joint Finance Committee voted on Monday to approve two bills aimed at reducing homelessness in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Republicans on Wednesday introduced a package of bills aimed at reducing homelessness throughout the state. The legislation comes along with a set of proposals in Gov. Scott Walker's 2017-19 budget designed to tackle the issue.
Bills would provide new interagency structure to state efforts to reduce and end homelessness, as well as adjust some programs and test new approaches.
Some Assembly Republicans are using past opposition to the governor's proposals in an effort to get re-elected as members of his party.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said the lawmakers behind it see it as a school improvement effort. Meanwhile, Democrats are working on their own proposal.
Sen. Paul Farrow's letter to Assembly Republicans made a case for passing a bill because it would make for a nice photograph with Gov. Scott Walker and the state's first Latina Republican legislator.
Republican leadership backed down from voting on a broader bill and agreed to hold meetings this summer with K-12 education officials to come up with more comprehensive legislation by January.
Assembly Republicans demonstrated unity Tuesday as they voted to remove Bill Kramer from his post as majority leader and replace him with the …
The move is criticized as being politically motivated, though Walker didn't promote the endorsement himself.
Rep. Jessie Rodriguez, R-Franklin, said she wasn't elected to get bogged down by identity politics.
On a day when the state Assembly took up Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to expand state Medicaid, the legislative body made strides in other are…
Walker shares an alternative title for his book and Republicans and Democrats break out the seasons greetings.
State Rep. Jessie Rodriguez, R-South Milwaukee, won a special election against Democrat Elizabeth Coppola for the 21st Assembly District Wedne…
Today's 21st Assembly District election exemplifies the crisis of outside money in local politics.
The American Federation for Children does not have to report the sources of the massive amounts of money it is spending to boost Republican candidates.
School choice advocate the American Federation for Children Action Fund determined the winner of the primary in the Milwaukee area's 21st Assembly District race.
Five Republicans will slug it out in a Milwaukee area primary, while Democrats have united behind one candidate.
If the school choice activist is successful, she could be the first minority Republican elected since 1906.