Wednesday, Sept. 10
Blogger David Blaska files a lawsuit against Madison schools, claiming its current teacher contracts violate Wisconsin's Act 10.
Thursday, Sept. 11
Dane County Circuit Judge Nicholas McNamara doubles the bail to $2 million for Andrew Steele, the former Dane County sheriff deputy accused of killing his wife and sister-in-law, after the prosecutor alleges he planned the killings in advance. Steele has pleaded not guilty.
In what's becoming a regular event, Milwaukee County officials release thousands more documents from the first secret John Doe investigation into former aides and associates of Gov. Scott Walker.
Friday, Sept. 12
A federal appeals court in Chicago reinstates Wisconsin's controversial photo ID requirements just hours after hearing arguments on the case.
Sunday, Sept. 14
Gov. Walker unveils his vision for a second term, which includes requiring drug tests for people who seek unemployment insurance and food stamps, fighting Obamacare, and implementing more property tax cuts. Why stop at a $1.8 billion structural deficit? Dig, Scottie, dig!
Tuesday, Sept. 16
The Government Accountability Board says that voters who have already cast absentee ballots for the Nov. 4 election must show valid photo identification for those ballots to be counted.
Plaintiffs file an emergency appeal with the federal appeals court in Chicago arguing that reinstating the photo ID requirement for the general election "imposes a radical, last-minute change to procedures for conducting an election that is already underway."
Wednesday, Sept. 17
A Marquette Law School Poll finds Walker and challenger Mary Burke in a dead heat, within the margin of error.