Wis. Gov. Walker To Sign Bill Legalizing Concealed SwitchbladesGov. Scott Walker is set to sign a bill that would allow people to carry concealed switchblades and knives. The governor plans to the sign the measure Saturday afternoon at the National Rifle Association and Wisconsin FORCE's annual convention in Weston.
Gov. Scott Walker's Presidential Campaign Had $1.2 Million DebtScott Walker's short-lived presidential campaign finished last year with a little more than a million dollars in debt, campaign finance reports filed Friday with the Federal Elections Commission show. The reports cover the fourth quarter of 2015. They show the campaign owed $1.2 million as of Dec. 31.
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Walker Promises To Boost Education, Help People Find JobsGov. Scott Walker promised during his State of the State speech to help more people find work and attain college degrees faster as he works to bolster approval ratings that sank after his failed presidential bid.
Wis. Railroad Commissioner Resigns In Wake Of Worker Sex Scandal Wisconsin's railroad commissioner has resigned, weeks after it emerged that he softened letters of reprimand given to two workers found to be carrying on an affair at the office.
Wis. Senator Apologizes For Retweeting Derogatory Reference To WalkerDemocratic Sen. Dave Hansen has apologized to "anyone offended" by his retweet of a message that included a profane, derogatory reference to Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
So Far, Gov. Walker Fails To Bag A BuckWalker spokeswoman Laurel Patrick said he hunted on Sunday and Monday. He tweeted Sunday that he was "looking for a buck" in Vilas County and posted a picture of snow-covered woods. He tweeted again Monday that he was "back at it," with another picture of snow-dusted trees. Later Monday he tweeted that it was snowing but his view was amazing and included another picture of the woods.
Republicans In Wis. Defend Transgender Restrictions BillRepublicans pushed Thursday for Wisconsin to become the first state in the nation to prohibit transgender public school students from using a bathroom or locker room assigned to the gender with which they identify.
Walker To Obama: Please Don't Relocate Syrians To Wis. Gov. Scott Walker is asking President Barack Obama's administration to "please respect our desire" not to relocate Syrian refugees in the state.
Gov. Walker Says Wisconsin Won't Accept Syrian RefugeesGov. Scott Walker says Wisconsin will not accept any new Syrian refugees in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris because they pose a threat.
Wis. Finished Fiscal Year With $135.6 Million SurplusGovernor Scott Walker's administration says the state finished the last fiscal year with a $135 million surplus.
Walker Refocuses On Wisconsin Amid Low Approval RatingsGov. Scott Walker's job approval rating dropped to record lows the month after he formally announced his run for president.