We discuss the retirement of David Prosser from the Wisconsin Supreme Court and Scott Walker’s ability to appoint a successor who will not face election until 2020. We also talk about Walker blaming the photo ID lawsuit for a lack of state funding for a public education campaign; Rep. Jesse Kremer says gender restrictions on school bathrooms are to protect women and "progressive activists have finally blatantly, and unintentionally, unveiled their real war on women;" Labor scores victories on “Right to Work” and Menards; New study shows teacher shortage; and Paul Ryan asks millennials to give “The Party of Trump” a chance.
State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser to retire
Wisconsin budget committee co-chair will 'seriously' consider funding voter ID education
Governor blames Voter ID opponents for lack of voter education funds
GAB Director Calls Walker's Comments On Voter ID Law 'Disingenuous'
Special deputies can keep registering voters through the fall election
Jesse Kremer: Gender restrictions on school bathrooms protect women
Dane County judge denies stay, Wisconsin right-to-work law remains blocked
Menard’s Settles OPEIU Labor Law Violations Case With NLRB - 45,000 Workers Win Class Action Rights
New Study Shows Teacher Shortage