Auto workers picket outside Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne County. (The 'Gander Newsroom/Kyle Kaminski)
The Auto Workers Strike Expands to Wisconsin. Here’s What It Means in the Short-Term and for All Workers.

While car prices and inventories are among the immediate impacts of the dispute, we should be mindful of how all workers are helped or hurt by the eventual outcome.

Biden Protasiewicz Wolfe Impeachment
Impeachment-palooza: Republicans Are Now Targeting Wisconsin’s Top Election Official, Using the Same ‘Big Lie’ Material from 2020

Also this week: The special session that just might tie together childcare help, a new tax cut, and stadium renovations for the Brewers. And the state superintendent rips DEI critics.

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Anti-Milwaukee Bias Rears Its Head in Funding Fight Over Brewers Ballpark

Gov. Evers wants to use a record budget surplus to help fix American Family Field. Republican lawmakers want to “stick it to Milwaukee.” Everyone would’ve been better off not killing a once-successful regional funding option.

Planned Parenthood Madison
Doctors to Resume Abortion Care in Wisconsin, but the Fight for Reproductive Freedom Goes On

Planned Parenthood is resuming services at two clinics after a judge interpreted an 1849 law as not being an abortion ban.

Wolfe Kaul Vos LeMahieu
Republicans Vote to Fire Top Elections Official, Spurring Legal Battle Over Whether They Can Do That

The move comes as Assembly Republicans passed a watered-down redistricting reform bill and continue to talk of impeaching State Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz.

Kilah Engelke, a Milwaukee area cement mason, appears in a new ad from the Biden-Harris campaign that promotes the jobs created through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
‘Look at All the People That Are Working’: New Biden-Harris Ad Centers on Wisconsin Jobs

Kilah Engelke, a Milwaukee mom and cement mason, highlights the jobs being created by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the rest of President Biden’s legislative agenda.

Robin Vos
Finally: Top Republican Now Backs Nonpartisan Map Plan

Faced with a state Supreme Court no longer controlled by conservatives, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is rushing through a way to replace gerrymandered maps—without public input.