Although Gov. Scott Walker’s 57 vetoes to the state’s new budget contained few surprises, the reasons given for his use of his powerful pen might have left some observers scratching their heads.Read More »
It’s easy to understand why Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to change Wisconsin’s primary method of awarding and overseeing state construction projects has been the subject of little debate among lawmakers.
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Gov. Scott Walker wants his state to modernize the way it delivers its largest construction projects, but he’s not in a rush to achieve such a goal.Read More »
Wisconsin’s Senate Democrats used their final amendment to the 2011-13 budget bill to resume the months-long debate over collective bargaining rights for state workers. Like the previous seven, this amendment failed, but it also allowed Democrats to debate collective bargaining ...Read More »
The original estimate for damage done to the Capitol lawn by protesters rallying against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill were wildly exaggerated, a Republican lawmaker said. The same report that suggested protesters had inflicted millions of dollars in damage ...Read More »
The deck is woefully stacked against Gov. Scott Walker. The rage against Walker and his still-infant gubernatorial tenure – hard to believe it’s only going on four months – has resulted in an unexpectedly close state Supreme Court race that should ...Read More »