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Although Gov. Scott Walker has hired out gay staffers, including two who were convicted of crimes they committed while working for him as Milwaukee County Executive, he strongly opposes marriage equality.
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Last week, the Legislature's budget committee cut funding for the state's land conservation program and called on the Department of Natural Resources to begin selling off property.
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Zielinski had been demoted in March to an adviser from his job as the party's spokesman.
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That state's Democratic party is calling him a "goon" and is using Walker's presence at the Republican's biggest annual event to raise some funding of its own.
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Just for the fun of it, let's skip ahead and think about what would happen if Gregory Thornton departed from his job as superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools.
Big cuts to the County Board's budget don't start until next year, and a 50% pay cut for supervisors won't happen until 2016, under a measure just approved by the Legislature.
With time running out, Mayor Tom Barrett and city lobbyists continue to work to convince state legislators to leave the city's 75-year-old residency rule alone.
Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to freeze student tuition at University of Wisconsin System campuses for the next two years would mark the first two-year tuition freeze for the four-year campuses in the 42-year history of the UW System.
A noisy cultural moment, and a lucrative one: China has embraced Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Back in February, Governor Scott Walker announced that he was rejecting Medicaid expansion under the federal health care law.
Many of the groups who helped Scott Walker win the Wisconsin recall were 501 Tea Party groups that worked in close tandem with his campaign despite their non-political tax designation.
Planned Parenthood gets hit with budget cuts and on Thursday, one of four branches closed its doors to people in the Chippewa Valley.
Governor Scott Walker has revised his budget for Wisconsin, freezing tuition for the University of Wisconsin System for the next 2 years.
A party-line vote cut funding to Wisconsin's Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program by $63.5 million dollars over the next seven years.
Bob Gotelaere thought he could outrace the wildfire bearing down on his northwestern Wisconsin home.