Governor reluctantly signs a budget that uses the state's surplus on tax cuts rather than education and infrastructure.
GOP lawmakers say they’ve increased funding for schools and cut taxes for the middle class. It's true on paper, but leaves out some key context.
Republican lawmakers also reject Democratic attempt to reign in spending millions of taxpayer dollars on private lawyers.
No lead abatement. No expanded job training. No upgrade to an archaic unemployment system. Republican lawmakers say one-time pandemic relief funds should be used instead.
Legislators had been warned earlier that the aid from the American Rescue Plan is a supplement for struggling schools, not a substitute for state support.
Moderna vaccine won’t need super-cold storage, but Pfizer’s is also getting distributed statewide despite Republican politicians’ stated concerns.
Dec. 2, 2020, headlines from around Wisconsin
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