Wisconsin's GOP-controlled Senate on Tuesday passed legislative maps that were proposed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers — a move that could ultimately prevent the liberal-controlled state Supreme Court from implementing maps that could be even worse for Republicans.
The appointment will fill a vacancy being created by Judge Maureen M. Martinez’s retirement, effective Nov. 17, 2023.
Through events with the Oneida and Ho-Chunk Nations, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers recognized and celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day Monday along with the above video message honoring Wisconsin’s Native Nations. Evers reaffirmed the state’s commitment to respecting Tribal Sovereignty and fostering strong state government-to-tribal government relationships. Indigenous Peoples Day was first recognize[...]
Evers signs Dairy Month bill to expand local roads improvement program and focus on improving agricultural roads
The bipartisan bill will create a program for WisDOT to give financial aid to communities with deteriorated agricultural roads and projects left out of other state aid programs.
The governor allocated millions to buy fuel oil and deliver propane to qualifying customers ahead of the winter months.
One of four bills signed into law will increase eligibility for farmers and producers to get watershed, lake and protection grants.
Passage by the Assembly will send the bill to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, who has said he supports the measure.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an act enacting a law to allow cities, towns, villages and counties to allow law enforcement to impound vehicles when owners get reckless driving citations.
Michael A. Yaker who has been known to carry an ax, believed he would be receiving the contract to build a park shelter at Scheidegger Forest County Park. After his bid was rejected he became involved in dispute with Dane County officials.
Gov. Tony Evers announced on Tuesday legislation to repeal Wisconsin's 1849 abortion ban after Roe v. Wade was overturned.
Gov. Tony Evers is giving Wisconsin K-12 public schools $90 million more in federal COVID-19 relief money, a move he announced Tuesday just before schools were to open for the fall.
A group of jail inmates waiting for public defenders to represent them filed a lawsuit Tuesday asking a judge to force the state to assign attorneys to indigent defendants within two weeks of their first court appearance.
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