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Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, who has defended Republican-led gerrymandering

Supreme Court takes up Wisconsin gerrymandering

WASHINGTON- The Supreme Court of the United States declared that it will hear arguments on Wisconsin's gerrymandered election maps. Specifically, the case will be...
Speaker Paul Ryan

Ryan tries to reassure big donors

HOT SPRINGS, VIRGINIA- Over the weekend, Speaker Paul Ryan spoke to major lobbyists and donors, assuring them that, despite the GOP's instability in Congress,...

Partisan judge aims for Supreme Court

SAUK COUNTY- After Justice Michael Gableman announced Thursday that he was not running for reelection, a Sauk County judge announced that he will be...
Photo from Nicholson Handout

Potential Republican candidate for Senate may be poll testing his past

DELAFIELD- Kevin Nicholson is a conservative who may be running for U.S. Senate in 2018. Nicholson, a former Democrat, spoke at the Democratic National Convention...
The Constitution of the United States

Assembly Republicans back constitutional convention

MADISON- Republican members of the Assembly voted on Wednesday to call for a constitutional convention. This convention would be called for the specific purpose of...
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III, Official portrait as FBI Director

Special counsel investigates Trump for obstruction of justice

WASHINGTON- Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has widened the scope of his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, and is now...
Donald Trump. Photo by WikiMedia user Michael Vadon

Protesters say that Trump and Walker are out of touch

MILWAUKEE- President Trump visited Milwaukee yesterday for a fundraiser with Governor Scott Walker. The President, after being greeted by a group of hand-picked supporters, gave...
Rep. Loudenbeck

Disagreements over education may delay state budget

MADISON- State Republicans are still embroiled in budget arguments. Much of the disagreement regards state funding of K-12 education. Republicans in the Senate and the...
Senator Ron Johnson. Picture by Gage Skidmore

Senator Johnson hasn’t seen details of secret healthcare bill

WASHINGTON- Republican Senators are currently drafting a health care bill in secret, and are even keeping out members of their party. Senator Ron Johnson...
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