By Associated Press | 12/04/13 08:41 AM
CHICAGO — An appellate court on Tuesday questioned a lawyer for the state of Wisconsin about why lawmakers singled out abortion clinics in requiring their doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, as judges heard arguments about the hotly debated law.
11/25/13 01:17 PM
(www.jsonline.com) More legal wrangling over Gov. Scott Walker’s union legislation may result now that the state’s labor commission voted Monday to hold union elections starting this week.
11/25/13 09:08 AM
Wisconsin has no specific policies regarding the use of informant — or snitch — testimony, which worries some state and national criminal justice experts.
By Sean Higgins | 11/23/13 06:11 PM
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker had an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal Friday in which he tried to add a new term to the political lexicon: 'Obama-Walker voters.' The ostensible point of the op-ed is to lay out Walker's argument that the way conservatives can win in competitive elections is not...
By Sean Higgins | 11/22/13 05:58 PM
Two Wisconsin public sector unions failed to achieve re-certification Thursday, the latest sign that Gov. Scott Walker's sweeping reforms to the state's rules for public employee unions are causing workers to abandon labor organizations. Wisconsin Association for Correctional Law Enforcement...
By Sean Higgins | 11/22/13 01:20 PM
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker said Friday he had little interest in pursuing a right-to-work law for his state. This was partly because state employers said his public sector union reforms had already created too much turmoil to do so, at least for now. But Walker said the main reason...
By Michael Barone | 11/21/13 09:28 AM
Is the Republican Party dead, as some Democratic pundits were chortling in the last days of the government shutdown just a little more than a month ago? The obituary seem premature, at least judging from four state special legislative elections this week.
By Eric Boehm | 11/20/13 04:59 PM
Lily Haskell was arrested while attending a peace rally in San Francisco in March 2009. Police took her fingerprints and swabbed the inside of her cheek to collect a sample of Haskell's DNA, which was entered into a state database and shared with a federal database run by the Federal Bureau of...
11/20/13 09:11 AM
Authorities have put a temporary stop to three Canadians accused of tricking small-business owners in Wisconsin and all over the United States into paying more than $14million combined for unwanted yellow page listings online. The Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against the men and their...
11/18/13 09:39 AM
Dozens of hospitals across Wisconsin are failing to promptly send babies' blood samples to the state lab for testing, delaying potentially lifesaving treatment for newborns with rare yet deadly disorders, a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation has found. One year of data analyzed by the...
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