Clinton's plan, unveiled earlier this week, calls for addressing mental health on par with physical health care.
A bill being proposed by a Democratic lawmaker would target racial disparities in Wisconsin's incarceration rates.
It turns out that poor penmanship knows no party.
Democratic state representatives held a press conference Wednesday and called on Gov. Scott Walker to convene a special session of the Legisla…
Assistant Assembly Minority Leader Sandy Pasch, D-Shorewood, announced in a statement Friday she will not seek re-election in the fall.
Following accusations of inappropriate sexual conduct, the Assembly Republican leadership asked that Rep. Bill Kramer, R-Waukesha, be removed …
It is in Wisconsin's best interest to address the grim statistics showing many blacks today are not moving forward with the rest of the state.
As new legislation is about to become law, the unsuccessful efforts by the father of Jaren Kuester to convince Waukesha County officials to detain his delusional son during the two days before he committed the murders are an example of important work that still needs to be done.
The seven measures add to the $30 million in additional mental-health funding added by Gov. Scott Walker in the two-year state budget.
Gov. Scott Walker announced Thursday he would call a special legislative session to extend the BadgerCare deadline three months from Jan. 1 to…
A bill would provide tax relief to some 750,000 Wisconsinites with an average of $22,000 in student loan debt.
Wisconsin Democrats say they expect to back a property tax cut proposed by Gov. Scott Walker, a fast-moving measure being considered by the Legislature this week.
Recommended changes include loosening the state's medical record privacy law and considering a regional delivery model for mental health services.
The proposal has broader bipartisan support than in the past, but is opposed by Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen.
Scott Walker is more concerned about promoting his national ambitions that helping everyday people in Wisconsin.
In the same way nobody really wants to see how hot dogs are made, nobody should really witness how the Legislature puts together our state budget.
They say changes not offered in Assembly will be turned into bills later.
Sarah Andrews was cuffed and ticketed for refusing to leave after Capitol Police evicted Assembly gallery spectators who applauded.
Officials running the state's GPS monitoring system faced some hard questions Thursday, including whether the system is reliable enough.
Two Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation that would allow parents to sue if a their unborn child dies as a result of someone's wro…
A GOP lawmaker is proposing limits on the hours and days voters can cast in-person absentee ballots even as such voting increases in popularity.
Two topics have been prominent in recent state news — basic health care access and mental illness.
Gov. Scott Walker plans to announce on Wednesday his much-anticipated decision on whether Wisconsin will expand its Medicaid services.