MADISON (WORT) — Governor Scott Walker expects to sign Right-to-Work legislation on Monday. Walker made the remark while addressing members of Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce at their annual Business Day in Madison event.
MADISON (WORT) — An artwork of a type not created for some 500 years has been on exhibition at the UW’s Chazen Museum of Art this winter, and this is your last chance to see it in Madison.
MADISON (WORT) — The Wisconsin Assembly’s Labor Committee heard nearly 12 hours of public comment on proposed right-to-work legislation Monday. Despite the vast majority of testimony being in opposition to the bill, Wisconsin could be a right-to-work state by the end of the week.
MADISON (WORT) — Thousands rallied against proposed right-to-work legislation this weekend. Helena White was there and asked many union supporters what brought them to the State Capitol on Saturday.
MADISON (WORT) — The Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Labor kicked off the second week of debate on the controversial right-to-work bill. The legislation passed the Wisconsin Senate last week and could be law by the end of the week.
MADISON (WORT) — The Wisconsin State Senate passed Right to Work legislation late Wednesday night. The vote was 17 to 15, with all Democrats opposed and almost all Republicans in favor.