A Republican-controlled legislative rules committee suspended a rule today that authorized local election clerks to fix information on absentee ballots. The Republican-majority Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules threw […]
Wisconsin’s Republican legislators are currently pushing a bill that would allow parents to opt students out of lessons on gender and sexual orientation. The bill mandates that school districts tell […]
(WORT) — This week state lawmakers made new headway on legislation that would dramatically increase compensation for people wrongfully convicted and imprisoned. Although historically Wisconsin was the first state to offer compensation to exonerees, its compensation standard is currently the lowest in the nation, at $5,000 per year with a maximum of $25,000. Darien Lamen reports.