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The survey found Gov. Walker's job approval rating is at 37 percent among WI residents. 62 percent said they would not like to see Walker run for another term as governor. In the presidential race, Donald Trump is now the leading candidate among Wisconsin Republicans.TRANSCRIPT
Gov. Scott Walker announced Monday he is immediately suspending his primary campaign. Conservative columnist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analyzes what went wrong during the governor's race for president, and what he might be planning for the future.TRANSCRIPT
Lee is a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professor of governmental affairs and former Wisconsin lawmaker. Walker backed a bill that would overhaul the state's civil service system almost immediately after suspending his candidacy for president Monday.TRANSCRIPT
Justice N. Patrick Crooks passed away in his chambers this week at 77 years-old. Geske shares memories of their time serving on the court together, shares her insight into what the process for replacing Crooks could look like.TRANSCRIPT
The money goes to Boys and Girls Club of Dane County to help disadvantaged high-schoolers. The grant comes from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation. That groups vice-president of community investments, Amy Kerwin, and Boys and Girls Club of Dane County CEO, Michael Johnson, discuss the grant.TRANSCRIPT
Governor Scott Walker late Monday afternoon announced he was suspending his presidential campaign immediately. Walker made the announcement at a hotel near the state Capitol. Ahead of his remarks about that, he offered condolences to the family of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patrick Crooks, 77, who died earlier in the day at the court.
Craig Robinson is editor in chief at the Iowa Republican. He comments on Walker's slipping poll numbers and what he can do to improve them. Walker's speaking time was relatively limited during CNN's three hour long GOP debate this week.
John Diamond interviewed students, teachers and parents at a well-funded, diverse school. His new book, "Despite the Best Intentions", explores how racial inequality can be found in suburban schools who consider themselves devoted to closing the achievement gap.
The work looks into the state's jobs organization's awards to WI companies, like Kohl's. WEDC has given and promised millions of dollars to corporations with the intention of creating jobs in the state. Hall's investigation measures actual growth after disputes over the department's transparency.
Gov. Scott Walker spoke at Ronald Reagan's alma mater, Eureka College. His poll numbers have been dropping since earlier this year. Johnson said some of his points didn't get a strong reaction from the crowd, and there was less national media than at some past events.TRANSCRIPT