Supporters of a bill that would make it easier to hire or fire Wisconsin state employees defended it at a public hearing Tuesday.
Hillary Rodham Clinton criticized Gov. Scott Walker over his stances on health care, unions and equal pay.
Once in the top tier of GOP presidential candidates, Scott Walker has slowly fallen back into the pack of more than a dozen seeking the GOP nomination.
What excludes Minnesota from the swing state category is ideology.
The Marquette University Law School poll showed Clinton ahead of Walker 52 percent to 42 percent among 802 registered voters.
During his Brooklyn Park visit, Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker called for replacing Obamacare with tax credits tied to age.
After filing the paperwork for his long expected candidacy with the Federal Election Commission, Walker plans to kick off his 2016 campaign in the Milwaukee suburb of Waukesha on July 13.
Eliminating tenure in state law, as Walker proposed in January and a Republican-controlled legislative committee approved earlier this month, is part of a larger overhaul of higher education policy.
Wisconsin’s ‘right-to-work’ law inspires at least one road builder to grow in Minnesota.
Legislative debates on the issue are generally badly informed, partisan-driven, or woefully devoid of fact-based impartial evidence.
Backers of a right-to-work proposal say it would be easier to adopt than the 2011 law that stripped most public workers of the bulk of their collective bargaining rights.
Wisconsin’s Burke calls critics’ allegations much ado about nothing.
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