The galleries of the Assembly chambers were cleared Thursday night after a debate on a proposed mining bill was disrupted by dozens of protesters.
Gov. Scott Walker will focus on accomplishments made during his first year in office when he delivers his State of the State speech on Wednesday night.
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Many in Madison said they were surprised that the demonstrations at the Capitol were not included in Time Magazine's article on "The Protester."
Saturday morning the Department of administration will conduct another information session about a new policy the requires protesters to have a permit.
While protests at the state Capitol will now require a permit under new rules announced by the Department of Administration this week, one group said that it won't be getting one.
A Dane County judge has ordered the Madison Metropolitan School District to release more than 1,000 sick notes submitted by teachers during mass protests at the state Capitol over collective bargaining.Judge Juan Colas said on Monday the district's blanket denial…
Protests continued in downtown Madison, but those who showed up at the state Capitol on Monday were denied access to the building.
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A website designed to keep protesters informed has been blocked by administrators inside the state Capitol, according to a claim by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.
The national spotlight was shining brightly on the state of Wisconsin. Saturday was also the first day that Tea Party members showed up in support of Gov. Scott Walker, but despite opposing views there were no incidents to report.
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