Articles by Zac Schultz

As a farmer, Mark Shepard appears hard to pin down.
Picking the right Christmas tree can be the biggest choice of the season.
Efforts to have science inform law have played out vividly over the past 20 years of disputes over high-capacity groundwater wells in Wisconsin.
A hill in Vernon County was overrun with red cedar and prickly ash, it contained a secret past. It was once a hillside prairie and an oak savanna.
Amid several frustrated attempts to get Congress repeal the Affordable Care Act, the Trump administration is taking multiple steps to simply inhibit the law's annual implementation.
In its proposed incentives package to lure electronics manufacturer Foxconn, the Wisconsin legislature is not only offering unprecedented economic incentives, but also carves out significant exemptions to state-level environmental regulations for the company.
China-based electronics company Foxconn is one step closer to building a facility in Wisconsin, after signing a memorandum of understanding with Gov. Scott Walker.
When Wisconsin's legislature crafts the state budget every two years, it relies in part on state income tax payments from about 2.5 million households.
How much do Wisconsin residents pay in state income tax, and how does the state spends that money?
As Wisconsin and the rest of the U.S. recover from the 2008-9 economic crash, there's been no shortage of debate about how to measure the gains for people in the workforce.