Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel issued a formal opinion Tuesday about how the state Department of Natural Resources should regulate high-capacity wells. Darien Lamen reports on whether the announcement will shift the balance between industry and conservation.
Wisconsin’s Right-To-Work Law Overturned… For Now
A judge has struck down Wisconsin’s right-to-work law. Darien Lamen reports on the legal basis for ruling, and on the polarized response it has prompted.
Supreme Court Blocks Obama’s Clean Power Plan
(WORT) — This week the United States Supreme Court delivered a mighty setback for one of President Obama’s key initiatives to combat climate change. For more on why the high court issued this precedent setting order, Dylan Brogan spoke with UW-Madison Political Science Professor Ryan Owens.
State Rejects Request For Schimel Training Tapes
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin has filed a lawsuit to obtain prosecutor training videos conducted by Waukesha District Attorney Brad Schimel, the GOP candidate for Attorney General.
Ozanne Running For Attorney General
In Our Backyard producer Dylan Brogan asks Ismael Ozanne about the issues he’ll focus on if elected and about being labeled an “extreme partisan” by the Republican Party of Wisconsin.