MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke announced Tuesday that he won’t seek reelection this fall. Steineke said in a news release that he believes the time has […]
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly on Thursday passed a doomed COVID-19 response bill that Senate Republicans and Democratic Gov. Tony Evers are opposed to, and there's no sign of an agreement on a plan to combat the virus that has killed more than 5,000 people in the state.
The Wisconsin Assembly plans to attempt its first veto overrides in 11 years, targeting three partial budget vetoes by Gov. Tony Evers.
The state Assembly has signed off on a bill to regulate electric scooters on roads and sidewalks.
A bill that could shield contractors from legal liability and decrease their legal costs is now on its way to Gov. Scott Walker's desk.
The Republican-controlled state Assembly approved a welfare overhaul package Thursday championed by Gov. Scott Walker as part of his re-election year agenda that would give Wisconsin one of the toughest work requirements for food stamp recipients in the country.
The first vote on a $3 billion tax incentive package for Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group is planned in a state Assembly Committee.
Wisconsin legislators expect to begin voting next week on Gov. Scott Walker's $3 billion incentives bill for the Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn.
A bill before Wisconsin lawmakers would establish a separate set of standards to govern the construction of camping units.
The Wisconsin Assembly, on a broad bipartisan vote Thursday, approved a $100 million property tax cut a week after Gov. Scott Walker proposed it, clearing the way for it to be signed into law by the end of the week.
Wisconsin's fall legislative session will get off to a slow start, with Republicans in control of both the Senate and Assembly still searching for consensus on major issues such as toughening drunken driving laws and imposing new reporting requirements on public and choice schools.
A state Assembly committee will take public testimony Wednesday on a bill that would prevent contractors from paying sales and use taxes on materials bought for nonprofit organizations’ projects.
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