Pres. Donald Trump has made a lot of promises and policy proposals that could have far-reaching impacts on Wisconsin's economy, environment, citizens, businesses and other institutions.
Collected here are some of the potential areas where a Donald Trump presidency could reshape the state, as reported in the pages of the Wisconsin State Journal since his election.
Wisconsin’s 45-year-old humanities council could vanish and programs designed to foster creative thinking in schoolchildren could be on the line if the president's proposal to eliminate federal funding for the arts and humanities comes to fruition, local officials said Thursday.
UW-Madison officials say cuts in Trump's budget could affect hundreds of jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars worth of research.
A lengthy presidential campaign and the first week of his administration have produced few clear answers about how Trump will seek to change higher education.
Low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities on Wisconsin’s $9 billion Medicaid program could see more premiums, co-payments, eli…
A repeal of the Affordable Care Act must preserve insurance for nearly 200,000 people in Wisconsin who gained coverage since the health law fu…
Trump's calls to dismantle the EPA also raise questions about whether feds will keep pressing Wisconsin on flawed pollution enforcement.
Having remade the political landscape over their six years in control of state government, Wisconsin Republicans return in 2017 with bigger-th…
President-elect Donald Trump’s vow to spend big on America’s infrastructure injects a new variable into Wisconsin’s already thorny debate on h…
Lower corporate tax rates make federal affordable housing tax credits less attractive to banks and other big investors that use them to offset federal tax liability.