Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers today slammed Wisconsin Republicans on the Joint Committee on Finance for newly released plans to cut tens of millions in funding for the University of Wisconsin (UW) System.
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Gov. Tony Evers announced June 9, 2023 that he is extending the application deadline for Dane County Circuit Court.
The compromise reached by Gov. Evers and Majority Leader LeMahieu and Speaker Vos also contains provisions ensuring the city of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County are enabled with the tools, flexibility, and resources to avoid insolvency, including requiring a two-thirds vote by the City of Milwaukee Common Council and the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors to implement a local sales tax of 2 perce[...]
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Gov. Tony Evers is seeking applicants for the Barron County Circuit Court-Branch 2.
Gov. Tony Evers released a statement Wednesday expressing optimism regarding ongoing negotiations with Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) and Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) toward reaching a bipartisan compromise to increase local community funds statewide through shared revenue, one of the most significant sources of funding provided by the state to local governments, according to Evers[...]
Gov. Tony Evers announced Monday that he is seeking applicants for Grant, Oneida, and Vernon County district attorneys, respectively. The appointment for Grant County will fill a vacancy being created by District Attorney Lisa A. Riniker’s election to the Grant County Circuit Court. Additionally, the appointment for Oneida County will fill a vacancy being created […]
Dane County Circuit Judge Diane Schlipper listened to more than 90 minutes of oral arguments on the motion Thursday.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul filed the lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court last June seeking to repeal the ban.
Starting Tuesday, and likely continuing into June, the Joint Finance Committee will take a series of votes to build its own two-year spending plan which will then go to the Senate and Assembly for approval.
Wisconsin’s outdoor recreation industry contributed a record-setting $8.7 billion to the state’s gross domestic product in 2021.
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