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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Walker'S Administration
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to focus on propane issues as the new chair of the Midwestern Governor's Association.
The number of inmates being granted release from prison by the Wisconsin Parole Commission has plummeted under Gov. Scott Walker, according to a report published Sunday.
Just two months after law enforcement officials raided the home of one of his aides, Gov. Scott Walker began requiring his top agency officials and staff members to sign a pledge that they wouldn't do illegal campaign work while on state time.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation's chief legal counsel left his job last week, just two days after the public release of an email he sent four years ago joking about legalizing prostitution as a way to increase tourism or provide jobs for people on welfare.
While tiny houses have been attractive for those wanting to downsize or simplify their lives for financial or environmental reasons, there's another population benefiting from the small-dwelling movement: the homeless.
Former aides to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker when he served as a county executive routinely mixed county and campaign business, copying in the candidate on many messages even after he told them to stop, according to thousands of emails and other court documents released Wednesday.
Gov. Scott Walker plans to propose "significant" tax cuts in his State of the State address next week, reductions made possible by tax collections that far exceed earlier estimates, his spokeswoman said Wednesday.
A Wisconsin judge has struck down the state law championed by Gov. Scott Walker that effectively ended collective bargaining rights for most public workers.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's administration insists a new law eliminating most collective bargaining rights for state employees has gone into effect. Other state and municipal leaders who dispute that are looking to a Tuesday court hearing for some clarity on the issue.