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Lack of Population Goal, Fear of Future Hunts Highlight Wolf Plan Listening Session
At a listening session over the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource’s (DNR) proposed new wolf management plan, members of the state’s Native American tribes and agricultural groups expressed doubts about proposed wolf hunts and the lack of a stated population goal.
‘You’re Treated Like a Criminal’: Wisconsin Eyes Fixes for Emergency Mental Health System
When Chrissy Barnard faced a mental health crisis and most needed care, law enforcement handcuffed her, placed her in the back of a patrol car and drove her five hours to Wisconsin’s only state-run mental health facility for the general public.
Wisconsin Gas Prices Now Below $3 per Gallon As Holiday Season Is in Full Swing
The average cost for gas in Wisconsin and throughout the nation has continued to steadily decrease throughout the past few weeks, based on recent data from the American Automobile Association (AAA).
Breweries Across the Badger State’s Expanse
The Badger State is known for many things – cheese, the Green Bay Packers, the Great Lakes. But if you were planning to trek through Wisconsin anytime soon, you may want to add some brewery visits to your itinerary.
Enjoy the Colorful Autumn Season With These Fall Festivals
Fall is here and whether it is musical performances, hand-crafted beverages, carnivals, or art gatherings, there are plenty of festivals for Wisconsinites to look forward to this season.
Wisconsin 2022 Midterms Voting Guide
Wisconsin’s midterm elections are just around the corner, with a litany of important races this year deciding everything from the governor’s office to state legislative seats. Here’s what you need to know come November 8:
President Biden Signs the Inflation Reduction Act, Landmark Deal Focuses On Health Costs and Climate
A historically large federal investment towards combating climate change, extending health care subsidies, and capping prescription drug costs are just some of the items in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), which was signed into law by President Joe Biden Tuesday, following its passage along party lines in both the Senate (51-50) and House (220-207).
Wisconsin in a Post-Roe World
Since the ruling, Wisconsin’s 1849 law that banned almost all abortions, has immediately taken into effect again, adding a multitude of restrictions and possible penalties.
Midterm Elections Will Determine the Fate of Abortion Rights in Wisconsin
With the midterm elections just around the corner, candidates are solidifying their stances and preparing for what will ultimately decide the direction Wisconsin heads towards in the coming years.