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Latest Scott Walker Items
The former director of the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources plans to plead guilty in a federal fraud case, according to a motion filed Wednesday.
Attorneys could appeal temporary rulings that put Wisconsin laws on hold under a bill the state Assembly has approved.
Republicans who control the state Legislature are close to a deal that will lead to passage of Gov. Scott Walker's $504 million income and property tax package next month, Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said Tuesday.
A sweeping school accountability bill that would force Wisconsin's poor-performing public schools to close drew no support at a public hearing Wednesday, and it may not have enough votes to clear the Republican-controlled Assembly Education Committee.
Wisconsin residents can submit their tax reform ideas under a new website created by Gov. Scott Walker's administration.
Gov. Scott Walker says he's still open to working with lawmakers on his half billion dollar property and income tax cut proposal that passed the Assembly and is awaiting action in the Senate.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee said Wednesday that it was prepared to set aside $4 million in its bankruptcy reorganization plan to compensate clergy sexual abuse victims, an amount one victim called "obscene" in its stinginess.
Gov. Scott Walker says a Republican-backed bill in the Legislature that would nullify local living wage ordinances is not a part of his agenda.
Maybe there's a reason why Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a Republican, called his recent memoir "Unintimidated." While Republicans cluck and dither over personal ideology and cautiously flirt with a master strategy for the 2014 midterm elections, Mr. Walker has cut to the chase. He gets it. The clock is ticking. Get busy. Pick up a weapon of choice and move forward.