Judge David Borowski on June 3 ordered Milwaukee County Sheriff David A.Clarke Jr. to provide un-redacted information about people his department turned over to federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement for deportation.
The order was made in an open records lawsuit filed by Voces de la Frontera.
Challenged by a New Hampshire woman, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker held firm on his recent comments about ultrasounds and defended Wisconsin's law that requires doctors to conduct them before performing abortions.
"I'm pro-life, but if someone's pro-choice don't you want an informed choice?" Walker said in response to a question from Mary Heslin of Concord.
Wisconsin’s prevailing wage law, supported by the construction industry and opposed by conservative Republicans, would be repealed under a bill passed Wednesday by an Assembly labor committee.
Republican lawmakers on the Legislature’s finance committee has plans to restructure Gov. Scott Walker’s struggling job creation agency WEDC. The committee has approved a plan to remove the governor as chairman, dramatically reduce the agency’s reserves and eliminate a program that would fund regional loans.
As the Wisconsin Legislature’s health committees took up a fast-tracked bill Tuesday that would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, a medical expert said the measure could prompt more early terminations.
A federal court has halted a major highway expansion due to inflated traffic projections by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, prompting a land-use group to call for an immediate halt to all such projects in the state until they can be proven justified by traffic audits.
The U.S. Eastern District Court upheld the claim of 1000 Friends of Wisconsin that the proposed expansion of Highway 23 between Fond du Lac and Plymouth was based on overblown traffic forecasts. The ruling makes the project ineligible for federal funding.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed cuts to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources scientists could extend beyond what budget documents have portrayed.
A state law requires that before the DNR can lay off a single permanent staffer, it must let go any limited term employees or probationary employees with the same job classification.
Real men — and women — could wear pink in Wisconsin’s woods if a group of lawmakers get their way.
Fond du Lac resident Mike Arrowood says he has begun to see fishers from up north migrating south to find walleye.
“The guys at Manitowish Waters, they come down to Lake Winnebago to fish. Why should they fish in northern Wisconsin?” said Arrowood, chairman of the nonprofit group Walleyes For Tomorrow. “You can’t catch any fish.”