Before joining UpNorthNews, Christina covered the city of Racine at The Journal Times, agriculture in Nebraska, and little bit of everything at KCUR 89.3, Kansas City's public radio station.
Voters have a history of rewarding public officials who pay attention to long-neglected public needs.
Legislators work on cookie-cutter proposals sent out by right wing groups because gerrymandering means they don’t need to get bill ideas from their constituents.
Meagan Wolfe tells legislative Republicans the absentee balloting they now dislike is becoming more secure than in-person voting.
This approach, which includes a “revolutionary” expansion of the child tax credit, is likely to boost the economy more effectively than Trump’s coronavirus response signed one year ago, economists say.
"What happened was racially motivated, and don’t let anyone else tell you that it’s not always about race."
Assembly shoots down a compromise deal with Gov. Evers while the Senate nearly costs the state $50 million per month in a rushed vote.
Doctors from Green Bay-area hospitals endorse safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccine.