Wisconsin was found to have the fourth weakest judicial recusal rules in the nation.
The long running criminal investigation into whether or not Scott Walker and deep-pocketed dark money groups illegally coordinated the expenditure of some $30 million to win the 2012 recall elections should be old news by now.
Judges petitioned the state's highest court for new recusal rules, they refused to even have a public hearing. Now citizens are having their own hearings.
A new study of registered voters in Dane and Milwaukee Counties who did not vote in the 2016 presidential election found that approximately 17,000-23,000 eligible voters in those counties were prevented or deterred from voting by Wisconsin’s voter ID law. Due to financial constraints, the social scientists were only able to do a study of two of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, but the authors say that extrapolating statewide as many as 45,000 people stayed home because of the law.
Donald Trump is no George Washington. The risks of a "runaway" constitutional convention led Idaho GOP legislators to vote it down.
A federal court threw out Wisconsin's gerrymandered voting maps in a major case with national implications.
Has the legislature given up its effort to gut Wisconsin's Open Records law?
A "transparent attempt to hamstring" the John Doe prosecutors and prevent review by U.S. Supreme Court.
A top Walker ally--and the head of his controversial business development initiative--is accused of discriminating against Muslim Americans by denying them reasonable accommodation of their faith as guaranteed by the Constitution and statutes.
Thanks to state Rep. Robin Vos and his allies, corporate political spending can be secret in Wisconsin.