Stories tagged: "WI-07"


Dusk falls over the Capitol Monday after Congressional leaders have hashed out a massive, year-end catchall bill that combines $900 billion in COVID-19 aid with a $1.4 trillion spending bill and reams of other unfinished legislation on taxes, energy, education and health care. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Every Wisconsin Republican in Congress Voted Against the COVID Relief Bill

For the second time in 2020, every GOP member from the state opposed bipartisan help for farmers, renters, homeowners, small business owners, and families.

Deputy charge nurse Katie McIntosh administers the first of two Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine jabs to Clinical Lead of Outpatient Theatres, Andrew Mencnarowski at the Western General Hospital on the first day of the largest immunization program in the UK's history on Dec. 8 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by Andrew Milligan - Pool / Getty Images)
Wisconsin Republicans Again Demand Control Over Vaccine Distribution and COVID-19 Aid

Evers: ‘Doesn’t even pass the smell test’

Wisconsin's Wolf River (Image via Shutterstock)
Company Kills Wolf River Mine Plans, But Will Continue Exploration ‘Within the Region’

The first exploratory drilling in Wisconsin since 2012 comes up empty for the mining company.

tribal leaders support Biden
Zunker Votes to Start School Virtually. Tiffany Threatens Funds if Schools Don’t Reopen.

The two candidates square off again for 7th Congressional District seat in November.

Racine Schools Will Start Year Online
Racine Schools Will Start Year Online

Wisconsin’s fifth-largest school district follows the lead of Milwaukee and Madison.

Bipartisan Effort to Rebuke the Confederacy? These 3 WI Republicans Say No Thanks.
Bipartisan Effort to Rebuke the Confederacy? These 3 WI Republicans Say No Thanks.

Tiffany and Grothman vote against Confederate statue removal while Johnson holds up a Juneteenth holiday bill.

It Could Be A Decade Before Mining Returns To The Northwoods. Residents Are Still Worried.
It Could Be A Decade Before Mining Returns To The Northwoods. Residents Are Still Worried.

As exploratory drilling wraps up in Oneida County, it could be a decade before a mine comes to fruition, if at all.