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  2. Wisconsin Legislature - Wikipedia

    The Wisconsin Legislature is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Wisconsin.The Legislature is a bicameral body composed of the upper house Wisconsin State Senate and the lower Wisconsin State Assembly, both of which have had Republican majorities since January 2011.

  3. 2011 Wisconsin Act 10 - Wikipedia

    The Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC), the state's largest teachers union, is the only state union to date that has indicated it plans to seek official union status with the state. The Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) announced it would allow local union affiliates to possibly drop certification and that the agency ...

  4. Attorney General of Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    The Attorney General is the chief law officer of the state of Wisconsin, and amongst other duties has charge and conduct for the state of all suits instituted for and against the government thereof, certifies all bonds issued by the state, protects the School Trust Funds managed by the Wisconsin Board of Commissioners of Public Lands, and ...

  5. Madison, Wisconsin - Wikipedia,_Wisconsin

    Wisconsin State Journal is the descendant of the Wisconsin Express, a paper founded in the Wisconsin Territory in 1839. The Capital Times was founded in 1917 by William T. Evjue, a business manager for the State Journal who disagreed with that paper's editorial criticisms of Wisconsin Republican Senator Robert M. La Follette, Sr. for his ...

  6. 2020 United States presidential election in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    Wisconsin was ultimately won by Biden by a narrow 0.63% margin over Trump, who had won it in 2016 by 0.77% against Hillary Clinton; however, Biden carried the state with a slightly larger margin than Al Gore or John Kerry did in either 2000 or 2004, respectively. Once again, Trump massively outperformed his polling average, which had Biden up 8 ...

  7. Foxconn in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    Foxconn in Wisconsin is a project in which Foxconn originally committed to investing $10 billion in a display panel manufacturing plant in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin per an agreement with the state of Wisconsin. The initial announcement claimed that the plant would employ up to 13,000 workers and that the company would receive $3 billion in ...

  8. Ron Johnson (Wisconsin politician) - Wikipedia

    Ronald Harold Johnson (born April 8, 1955) is an American accountant, businessman, and politician serving as the senior United States senator from Wisconsin.A Republican, Johnson was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2010, defeating Democratic incumbent Russ Feingold.

  9. Wauwatosa, Wisconsin - Wikipedia,_Wisconsin

    Wauwatosa (/ ˌ w ɔː w ə ˈ t oʊ s ə /; known informally as Tosa; originally Wau-wau-too-sa or Hart's Mill) is a city in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States.The population was 48,387 at the 2020 census.