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Watch The Globe and Mail Watch Unions representing public and Catholic teachers told a Queen's Park committee hearing on Wednesday that Bill 122 would give the minister too much power over such issues as the length of a contract and what is
A Governor's Story and a Nation's Challenge," Walker writes about "how we reached into President Obama's base and won over the 'Obama-Walker' voters in Wisconsin -- and how conservatives can do it anywhere in the country." "It is a myth that winning
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution House leaders approved a $20.8 billion budget for the upcoming year Tuesday that includes funding for pay raises, extra money for construction projects across the state and a clear message to 650,000
Maine (AP) The Maine Senate gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill that would prevent $40 million in cuts in state aid to cities and towns, while Republicans and Democrats continued to spar over the timing of the measure and how to pay for it.
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution A key House committee Tuesday approved a state budget for the upcoming year that puts more into local schools and construction projects and sends a message to the agency that provides health care to
A new Gallup poll, released Monday, found the latest number at 12 percent, unchanged from December but up from the 9 percent low of November. "Americans continue to have low opinions of the job their elected representatives in Congress are doing, one
The public will get a chance to speak out on Gov. Scott Walker's proposed $504 million tax cut plan at a hearing before a state Assembly committee. The Assembly Jobs, Economy and Mining Committee scheduled a hearing Wednesday on the tax cut proposal.
Webster, Jan. 31, 2014 Governor Scott Walker's decision to deny federal health care funds for more than 150,000 low-income Wisconsinites will result in up to 671 deaths that could otherwise be prevented, a study released Thursday found. Wisconsin is
General Electric facility in Waukesha on Thursday, Jan. 30 has caused some problems for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke, who has decided not to appear with the president. \n\n According to spokesperson Joe Zepecki, Burke\'s Thursday
Senate, where Republicans have a narrow 18-15 majority, some lawmakers are questioning raising the state's projected shortfall by cutting taxes as much as Walker wants. Many Republicans campaigned on the fact that in 2011 they eliminated a projected $