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A closer look at Evers’ red flag gun law proposal

Extreme Risk Protection Orders have been shown to be successful in limited gun violence in other states — Wisconsin should be next

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin gerrymandering case thrown out by judges following Supreme Court ruling

Whether Wisconsin taxpayers will pay legal fees will be decided later

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: College Democrats celebrate a year of success

This school year brought outstanding candidates, elections, events — but there's no off-season for College Democrats

Column

Nondisclosure agreements do not belong in Wisconsin’s Department of Justice

Attorney General Josh Kaul ended the harmful, chilling practice to silence First Amendment rights last month

Column

The backlog of rape kits has shrunk, but the fight to end delayed evidence testing rages on

Law enforcement, politicians need to realize danger of rape kit backlogs

Column

Evers’ efforts to remove state from ACA lawsuit is symbolic win for voters

Despite legislation getting in the way, the current administration works to accurately represent Wisconsin

Column

The red herring in the red flag debate: Conservative opposition to common sense gun control misses the point

Removing guns from at-risk individuals lowers the risk of violence, death by suicide

Column

Speculation insufficient to warrant seizure of citizens’ guns

Red Flag gun law proponents have honorable intentions, but potential for violation of fundamental rights too great

State of Wisconsin

Legislature passes lame duck bills limiting executive power

In a rare lame-duck session, the Wisconsin state Legislature passed a package of bills along party lines Wednesday morning limiting executive power and early voting.

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Rare lame-duck session strips Wisconsin’s democracy of legitimacy, cheats voters

The legislation put forward is a clear, last-minute grab for power by bitter Republican legislature