The Wisconsin Senate planned to vote Tuesday on repealing Gov. Tony Evers' statewide mask mandate, while it remained unclear whether the Assembly would follow suit as required to undo the order.
The Wisconsin state Senate passed a sweeping coronavirus relief package during a messy virtual session Wednesday and sent the bill on to Gov. Tony Evers to sign.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Senate is preparing to meet over the internet for the first time in state history if it needs to convene to take action on proposals reacting to the coronavirus outbreak. Two state senators and 11 stand-ins met in person and remotely on Tuesday for a dry run in case […]
The public would have access to most police body-camera video under a bipartisan bill passed Wednesday by the state Senate.
The Wisconsin Senate signed off Wednesday on a new contract for the Wisconsin State Patrol, taking a critical step toward raising troopers' salaries by 9.9% retroactively.
The Republican-controlled Senate fired the state agriculture secretary on Tuesday, and the Democratic governor who appointed him watched quietly a row behind lawmakers before using profanity to blast the process.
Children in Wisconsin could legally operate lemonade stands under a bill the state Senate has passed.
By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin lawmakers finished their push on Thursday to close the state’s troubled youth prison and enact Gov. Scott Walker’s child-tax rebate, sending bills that would accomplish both goals on to the governor for his signature. The $80 million prison bill calls for closing the Lincoln Hills/Copper Lake […]
Legislation that would make changes to the state’s eviction procedures and landlord-tenant laws is on its way to Gov. Scott Walker.
The Wisconsin Senate will be taking up a bill that would make a number of changes to the state's civil-litigation rules.
Legislation meant to overhaul the state's civil-litigation rules has made it through a panel of lawmakers, but its fate remains uncertain.
Following the introduction of an amendment that would scale back proposed changes to discovery procedures, a bill that would overhaul various parts of the state’s civil-litigation rules is now scheduled to go before a Senate committee on Wednesday.
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