by Alice Ollstein Jun 17, 2015
"There is no middle ground when they’re trying to destroy this institution," said UW-Green Bay graduate Paul Ahrens.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 14, 2015 Updated: Jun 14, 2015
"We don’t believe these are failing schools. We believe they’ve been failed," said special education teacher and union leader Amy Mizialko.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 10, 2015
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker touts his education record, but the results are mixed.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 8, 2015
"This law is going to stop a lot of people from voting," warned Anita Johnson with Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 4, 2015
“You could do more for the local economy by taking a plane over the city of Milwaukee and dropping $500 million dollars down," said Economics professor Michael Rosen.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 3, 2015
The League of American Bicyclists says that if Governor Walker's budget passes, "bicycling in Wisconsin will be set back significantly and it may take years to recover."
"Our motto here in Wisconsin is supposed to be 'Forward,' but I feel like all we're doing lately is moving backward."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 2, 2015
GOP lawmakers talk a lot about preventing abortions, but don't pursue effective policies to accomplish that goal.
by Alice Ollstein May 18, 2015
The case now goes to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which has serious conflicts of interests in the case.
by Alice Ollstein May 12, 2015
Some community members have called for an intervention by the United Nations, arguing that a domestic justice system that almost never indicts police officers for deadly force cannot be trusted.