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The Republican Party of Wisconsin this week filed two more lawsuits against the government as the November general approaches. One of those seeks to stop Milwaukee from working with private funders in a GOTV program. The other suit seeks to obtain communication records regarding staffing and abuse issues at a Union Grove veterans home.…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers Gov. Tony Evers' call to convene a special session of the Legislature to take up a constitutional amendment to allow voters to pass legislation via referendum. Ever's promoted it as a way to overturn the state's 1849 abortion ban, but Republicans have signaled they won't back the measure. Since Evers' call, GOP gub…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers three election-related lawsuits that involve the Wisconsin Elections Commission, federal courts, county courts and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. WEC Administrator Meagan Wolfe at a WisPolitics.com Luncheon said the increasing amount of litigation is creating even more work for the commission.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers President Joe Biden and Gov. Tony Evers visiting Milwaukee's Laborfest on Monday to tout their support for unions and labor. GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels outside the event slammed Biden's student loan forgiveness program and festival goers inside had a range of thoughts on the $10,000 - $20,000 debt forgiven…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers Assembly Speaker Robin Vos firing former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman from his job investigating the 2020 election. Vos also withdrew subpoenas that would have forced mayors of the state's five largest municipalities to testify in private in Gableman's office, which caused a Waukesha County judge to dismi…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the newly announced site for the type 1 facility in Milwaukee slated to replace the state's juvenile prison in Lincoln County. But building that new facility alone won't mean Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake, where juvenile girl offenders are also kept in Lincoln County, will close any time soon.…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers results from the August primary election on Tuesday in the gubernatorial, attorney general, 63rd AD and secretary of state races. Trump-backed Tim Michels will face Gov. Tony Evers as GOP Fond du Lac Co. DA Eric Toney faces Dem AG Josh Kaul and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos holds onto the Republican endorsement for hi…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers what Republican gubernatorial candidates are up to the week ahead of Tuesday's primary election. Construction business exec Tim Michels changes his stances on backing Trump in 2024 ahead of the former president's Wisconsin visit and former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch knocks Michels over an attack ad.…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers an argument between the Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules and the Wisconsin Elections Commission over whether election clerk are allowed to cure missing or incorrect information on absentee ballot envelopes. JCRAR voted to suspend a WEC rule on the matter, but WEC attorneys say clerks can still use…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers the Wisconsin Supreme Court's ruling that absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal after Republicans have been raising concerns about them since the last presidential election. The Wisconsin Elections Commission also decided not to send local election clerks guidance on how to deal with the ruling.…
 
This week's Midday podcast covers what some of Wisconsin's statewide candidates are doing to prepare for the August primary. Democratic candidates have been participating in candidate forums and making some attacks on each other while Republican candidates have started launching attack ads. But none of the attacks in Wisconsin have risen to the lev…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers what happens next in Wisconsin after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned abortion access protections in Roe v. Wade. Republicans argue the state's 1849 ban criminalizing abortions could go into effect, while many Dems argue newer laws supersede the 173-year-old law.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn abortion protections in Roe v. Wade, triggering Wisconsin's 1849 law that criminalizes most abortions as a Class H felony. Dem AG Josh Kaul has said he won't expend Department of Justice resources enforcing the law, but Republicans are still praising the Supreme Court rulin…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's thoughts on the potential for the Senate to move ahead on background checks and red flag laws in the wake of recent mass shootings. State officials have also offered proposals to stop gun violence ranging from banning ghost guns to arming teachers.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the rise in ghost gun popularity as President Joe Biden introduces restrictions on homemade firearms that lack serial numbers. WisPolitics intern @EleaLevin interviews Dem AG Josh Kaul, who says Wisconsin needs more restrictions while Republican AG candidates argue to protect Second Amendment rights.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman's investigation into the 2020 presidential election. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos announced his office would not be shutting down the investigation after former President Donald Trump criticized Republicans in Wisconsin who are voicing concerns about the probe.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the first public hearing on a marijuana bill since 2009 as lawmakers propose a bill that would legalize medical marijuana. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle had concerns about specifics in the bill such as who would be allowed to sell marijuana and what kinds of marijuana would be legal.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers turnout results from the Milwaukee mayoral race after then-acting Mayor Cavalier Johnson became the city's first elected Black mayor. Marquette University Law Lubar Center Research Fellow John Johnson says Johnson garnered widespread support from around the city to take home a historic win.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the wind-up before next week's Milwaukee mayoral race and the election for 2nd District Court of Appeals. Acting Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson will face former southwest side Ald. Bob Donovan as conservative Judge Maria Lazar faces liberal Judge Lori Kornblum next Tuesday.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the rising population at Wisconsin's youth prison for boys, many of which are coming from Milwaukee. Milwaukee Deputy DA Elisabeth Mueller told WisPolitics.com many of those boys from Milwaukee are going to Lincoln Hills because Milwaukee has seen a sharp uptick in car-theft related crimes among juveniles.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Assembly Speaker Robin Vos after hearing from a group seeking to decertify the election results arguing there was widespread fraud in the election. Gov. Tony Evers at a WisPolitics.com luncheon at the Madison Club said that's one of the dumbest things he's heard Vos say.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Special Counsel Michael Gableman's report on what he's found so far digging into the 2020 presidential election. He said private grants to major cities, the Wisconsin Elections Commission's relationship with the Electronic Registration Information Center influenced the results of the election. He also called for a "bou…
 
In today's Midday podcast, the Assembly unanimously approved a bill that would replace Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake, the state's troubled youth prisons, with a $42 million facility in Milwaukee County. Also on the floor Black Caucus members talked about their resolution to honor 33 Black Americans and former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell. S…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers former Justice Michael Gableman's election probe as it heads toward its conclusion. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos in the face of what he calls Dem obstructions said Gableman can continue through February. Some work to reform the election process in response to aspects of the 2020 presidential election have already begun.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Assembly Speaker Robin Vos' effort to stall liberal group American Oversight's move to depose the Rochester Republican over former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman's election probe. Gableman also recently granted a deadline extension to Madison and Green Bay allowing them more time to respond to subpoenas regardi…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the latest Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling on how the state's next legislative and congressional maps should be drawn. Justices ruled in favor of the Republican-backed least changes approach to drawing new district boundaries. They also ruled new maps will not take partisan makeup into consideration.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers a bill that would reduce penalties for marijuana and paraphernalia possession in most communities across the state, but it would increase penalties in Milwaukee and Dane counties. The lawmakers who introduced the bill also recently made headlines on their own for different reasons.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Dane County Judge Jacob Frost's order to DNR halting the fall wolf hunt that would have started this weekend. A federal judge is waiting for more action in Frost's court before he offers his full opinion on whether DNR violated Ojibwe tribal treaty rights in setting its own wolf hunt quota.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Racine County Sheriff's finding of Wisconsin Elections Commission violating election law as the Senate and Assembly conduct their own 2020 election investigations. The Legislative Audit Bureau also found no widespread fraud after conducting its investigation into the matter.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers eight Assembly bills that aim to create more workforce housing the state as well as tackle issues with homelessness. The bills will see the light of the Assembly floor next week, but groups representing the interests of local governments are opposing many of the bills they say would give more land use control to the st…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers what health experts on a recent WisPolitics virtual luncheon had to say about the ongoing pandemic. They said the Delta surge has stalled for now, but providers are still struggling with workforce shortages, burnout and some vaccine hesitancy as they pass 18 months fighting the pandemic.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers several bills introduced by both sides of the aisle aiming to address gun rights issues. Dems are pushing red flag law and universal background check bills as Republicans push bills to decrease liability for gun makers and dealers, as well as increase reciprocity for out-of-state concealed carry permit holders.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch's formal announcement she is running against Gov. Tony Evers in the 2022 race for Wisconsin governor. She vowed to pass a series of election-related bills that Evers vetoed earlier this year if elected, among other things.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers potential Republican gubernatorial candidates looking to beat Gov. Evers. Rebecca Kleefisch and Rep. John Macco have not officially announced their bids, but they are moving closer. The race to replace outgoing Milwaukee Mayor Barrett is also heating up as he will likely become the U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers lawmakers' debate over a bill that would criminalize participating in an unlawful assembly that includes at least one person who makes a threat or violent act. The bill comes as many around the state recognize the anniversary of the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, by a white Kenosha Police officer.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers changing population and racial trends across the state as census data shows the overall population increased more slowly than other states. Several Democratic voters filed a lawsuit after the data came out, hoping to have a federal court draw new district lines instead of anyone in state government.…
 
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