Gov. Scott Walker’s administration announced Monday the state’s 2013 fiscal year surplus as of June was $274.5 million more than expected at t…
Two homeless men were taken to jail Thursday morning after they set up camp in what had been the “Walkerville” protest village on West Mifflin Street across the state Capitol, Madison police said.
A Republican state lawmaker on Thursday stood by an email he sent a constituent that said he believes several people were “bought out” by police and fire unions to stop them from being included in a bill curbing collective bargaining rights.
"That's opportunity knocking for all of us now." Gov. Scott Walker got his biggest applause line for that off-hand remark, made midway through his keynote address Thursday at an annual housing conference at UW-Madison.
A provision in Gov. Scott Walker’s budget would treat brewers of all sizes equally by preventing them from owning or operating a wholesale distributor. “Everything in this bill is designed to make it harder for small craft brewers to grow,” says Deb Carey, a co-owner of New Glarus Brewing.
As the state Supreme Court heard arguments Monday on a Dane County judge’s order blocking a law that curtails collective bargaining by public employee unions, questions from the justices appeared to fall mostly along the court’s political divide.