Walker, talking on Fox News, calls the concessions offered by union leaders a "red herring."
What would happen without collective bargaining for teachers? Former Mayor Sue Bauman opines.
How Walker's budget will affect Medicaid.
Doctor's notes from protests draw scrutiny.
The Senate will likely convene without Democrats to pass non-budgetary items, including a resolution commending the Packers. That one is going to hurt for Dave Hansen (D-Green Bay) to watch from Illinois.
The budget repair bill is forcing the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association into an identity crisis.
Sen. Van Wanggaard explains his painful support of the budget repair bill, saying he has "agonized and lost sleep" over it.
Jim Rowen points out how Wanggaard's remarks are practically a carbon copy of those handed to, excuse me, written by Sen. Dan Kapanke.
Sen. Frank Lasee says the GOP could take the collective bargaining measures out of the budget repair bill, introduce them in separate "non-fiscal" legislation, and pass it without the Democrats in the chamber.
The most recent buzz is about the influence the Koch brothers have on Walker's union-busting bill.
Brenda goes after Bridget Maniaci for a piece of campaign literature.