Due to the high fire threat in northeast Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging the public to refrain from burning.
Wisconsin higher education enrollment rates are currently declining faster than the national average.
Without Roe v. Wade to protect the right to abortion federally, Wisconsin will have to rely on an abortion ban dating back to 1849.
The national homeownership rate, or the share of housing units occupied by their owner, made the largest recorded quarterly increase at 2.6 percentage points from Q1 to Q2 of 2020, and the country saw 2.1 million new homeowners by the end of 2020.
Gov. Evers is continuing the push towards expanding broadband internet access for both rural residents as well as other underserved communities and businesses.
A study from Gusto, a human resources firm, found that 49 percent of people who started a new business in 2020 were women.
Enrollment rates for colleges and universities have fallen once again since the beginning of the pandemic, with over a million fewer students currently enrolled across the country.
In order to help residents deal with rising living costs following the pandemic, Gov. Evers has outlined a plan to provide a $150 surplus refund to every Wisconsinite, thanks to an unexpectedly high budget surplus for this coming fiscal year.
Following a record-breaking surge of business applications in 2020 and 2021, reports show Wisconsin entrepreneurs continued to submit new applications in the first quarter of 2022.
According to a fact sheet distributed by the White House, over 950 bridges and 1,900 miles of highway need critical attention in Wisconsin.