Gov. Scott Walker (R., Wis.) has joined most other potential Republican presidential candidates in 2016 by expressing his support for arming Ukrainian forces.
Wisconsin is on track to become the 25th right to work state after the state assembly passed legislation on Friday.
Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine despite a ceasefire agreement reached earlier this month by European negotiators.
While Russian-backed separatists began to pull back some heavy weapons from the front lines on Tuesday as part of the deal, Ukraine says the rebels are still initiating attacks. Ukrainian forces retreated from the strategic rail hub Debaltseve last week under an onslaught from the separatists—who were bolstered by Russian troops and advanced weaponry, Western officials said—and residents now fear that the rebels could launch further attacks on the eastern cities of Mariupol and Kharkiv.
The media took a deep dive into Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s college record this week in an attempt to solve the “lingering mystery” of why he chose to leave Marquette University.
Gov. Scott Walker (R., Wis.) has yet to decide officially whether he will run for president in 2016, but on Sunday he told ABC’s “This Week” no one should count him out.
Residents of 12 states–Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin–will have a happier 2015 thanks to lower tax bills, the Washington Times reported Monday.
Gov. Scott Walker won reelection in Wisconsin over his challenger Mary Burke.
Scott Walker’s Democratic opponent in the upcoming Wisconsin Gubernatorial election used a handwritten self help note while being interviewed by Mother Jones.
The jobs plan from Wisconsin Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke plagiarizes significant portions from three different former Democratic candidates for the same office.