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A parting interview with Biddy Martin: 'Do I regret how we proceeded? No'

Biddy Martin did her due diligence as the outgoing chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison last week when she allotted much of her schedule to parting interviews with a variety of media. What follows is an edited version of a 24-minute session held last Thursday afternoon. >More
 UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin defiant on her way out the door

One thing is certain about Biddy Martin. She knows when her time is up. The final bell will go off this Thursday, July 14, when the University of Wisconsin chancellor officially ends her duties in Madison after three interesting yet sometimes tempestuous years to become the president at tony Amherst College in Amherst, Mass. >More
 MFD investigators call Capitol Hill Apartments fire accidental, originated in Underground Kitchen (updated)

Madison fire investigators have determined that the fire that destroyed the Capitol Hills apartment building on June 30 began in a wait station in Underground Kitchen, a ground-level restaurant, according to Madison Fire Department's public information officer Lori Wirth. The fire is believed to have been accidental. >More
 Candidates react to 48th Assembly District special election victory by Chris Taylor

After defeating five other Democrats in Tuesday's special primary, Chris Taylor, public policy director for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, is set to be the new representative for Wisconsin's 48th Assembly District. However, legislative redistricting could affect the area Taylor represents -- including her home. >More
 Chris Taylor tops six-way race in Wisconsin Assembly 48th District primary

Barring a successful write-in challenge, Wisconsin's 48th Assembly District has elected its new representative. >More
 Wisconsin progressive groups rally, call for a Prosser leave of absence

Progressive groups, elected officials and protesters led a call for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser to step down pending the results of an investigation into his workplace behavior at a rally Tuesday afternoon. Held at noon on the Capitol steps facing State Street, it was organized by Lisa Subeck, City of Madison alder and executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin. >More
 Wisconsin women's rights groups holding Capitol rally to pressure Prosser

Several Wisconsin women's rights organizations will lead a rally at the Capitol on Tuesday to call for state Supreme Court Justice David Prosser to step aside pending results of an investigation into his behavior. >More
 A guide to 48th Assembly District special election night parties

The race to fill the recently vacated 48th Assembly District seat effectively closes on Tuesday, and with the end of every election comes election night parties. >More
 Wisconsin Republicans accused of 'gerrymandering' elections with redistricting plan

As expected, Wisconsin's Republican legislators released a redistricting plan Friday, side-stepping the traditional process already underway. The move comes ahead of this month's recall elections, which could break the GOP's majority control of the Legislature. "It's clearly a Republican gerrymander, there's no question about that," says Mike McCabe, executive director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. >More
 Madison legislators argue against allowing guns in Capitol

The debate over whether Wisconsin should implement "shall-issue" concealed carry legislation comes to an end as Gov. Scott Walker signs Senate Bill 93 into law in Wausau Friday afternoon, but questions about the implementation of the new law still linger. One question in particular stands out: Will concealed weapons be allowed in the Capitol building? >More
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