Last week marked the five year anniversary of the issuance of Wisconsin’s first Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) license.
From the Attorney General
As Chair of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Midwestern Region, I recently hosted the regional NAAG conferen
I was a local county official before I was elected Wisconsin’s Attorney General in 2014.
In the weeks since the tragic passing of the visionary musician, Prince, many started to speculate that his death may have been linked to dru
March 13 begins a week-long national initiative to promote and encourage openness in government and freedom of information.
My visit to the Sojourner Family Peace Center in Milwaukee recently coincided with January as National Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
I made a lot of promises on the campaign trail: because I intended to keep them.
The holidays, Christmas and all those throughout the year, are a good time for us to think about not just our first responders but their fami
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has issued yet another decision in John Doe II, the protracted and secret investigation into whether a political