by Ian Millhiser Jul 25, 2016
Scott Walker found a guy who thinks the ban on whites-only lunch counters violates a "foundational principle."
by Aaron Rupar Jun 30, 2016
The latest evidence that massive tax giveaways may not stimulate the economy after all.
by Alice Ollstein May 27, 2016
Two weeks of testimony suggested the law has been effective at suppressing voters of color.
by Bryce Covert May 6, 2016
Drug testing applicants for unemployment benefits is illegal, but that's not holding him back.
by Aaron Rupar Apr 13, 2016
Drug testing SNAP recipients is a solution in search of a problem.
by Ryan Koronowski Apr 9, 2016
Dane County Circuit Judge William Foust agreed with unions' argument that the law violated the Wisconsin state constitution.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 6, 2016
Supporters of the Vermont senator said he won, in part, by reaching out to communities often ignored by political candidates.
by Emily Atkin & Alice Ollstein Apr 5, 2016
This time last year, Bernie Sanders was relatively unknown in Wisconsin.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 5, 2016
When ThinkProgress told Walker that Muslim residents in his own state say they're terrified of Cruz, he said only, "I don't have any say over that" and "I already gave you the three reasons I'm endorsing him."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 4, 2016
"They're definitely trying to suppress the student vote."