Government/Politics

Assembly Democrats met on Monday in advance of a vote on a proposal to publicly fund part of a new Milwaukee Bucks arena.
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Outagamie County administrators delivered a message Monday that the space crunch in county offices needs to be alleviated for the sake of efficiency and security.
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The reorganization of the 13 UW Colleges into four regional groups should be viewed as a first step toward a regional reorganization of the whole University of Wisconsin System.
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Jonathan Delagrave admits there has been a learning curve in his first 100 days as Racine County executive.
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Milwaukee Art Museum director Dan Keegan on Tuesday told members of the Milwaukee County Board’s Parks, Energy and Environment Committee that the museum plans to submit an offer to purchase the O’Donnell Park parking structure and park, located just west of the museum.
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Assembly Speaker Robin Vos requested the controversial changes to the state’s open records law that would have significantly diminished the public’s ability to monitor how its government works, records obtained by the State Journal show.
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The economic development agency Gov. Scott Walker created to entice a quarter-million jobs to come to Wisconsin ended up with lots of unwanted baggage: allegations of botched underwriting, ineffectiveness and favoritism. The agency remains in disarray as Walker campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination.
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Do you think Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will clinch the GOP's nomination for president?
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Gov. Scott Walker and local leaders disagree on the new state budget’s impact on Madison and Dane County.
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Is the state budget recently passed by the Legislature good for Wisconsin?
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