Gov. Scott Walker's approval rating has dropped in a new Marquette University Law School poll, but his numbers are still above both likely presidential nominees in the minds of Wisconsin voters.
A retired judge and outgoing member of the Government Accountability Board, which is being dismantled and replaced with two new partisan committees, says he hopes the public will demand more regulation of political campaign spending.
Gov. Scott Walker said "anything’s possible" at the GOP Presidential Convention next month in Cleveland.
More than two dozen states have passed so-called "Right to Try" bills that allow dying patients to seek experimental medicine that might not see federal approval for years, Wisconsin isn't among them.
The state Assembly speaker said he hopes the governor will change his mind on roads spending.
Charles Franklin is the director of the Marquette University Law School Poll. He offers analysis of this week’s poll numbers which put Hillary Clinton and Russ Feingold ahead of challengers Donald Trump and Ron Johnson in Wisconsin. His latest poll shows Trump and Clinton are both viewed negatively by a majority of Wisconsin voters.
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has signed off on the appointment of a Madison lawyer to the nation's oldest federal appeals court vacancy, but it's not clear that the full Senate will follow suit.
In a historic moment in the U.S., a woman will become the presidential nominee of a major political party, but some political commentators notice a generational difference in the level of excitement following this event. For women of a certain age, seeing Democrat Hillary Clinton on the cusp of...
Gov. Scott Walker's office has released a list of five recommended finalists for Wisconsin's pending state Supreme Court vacancy.