Provided by the Wisconsin Document Depository Program. State documents are primary resources that provide information about the activities, functions, and policies of government on a wide range of topics and current events including research, statistics, and studies about topics such as the environment, education, unemployment, public health, crime, and the economy.
From the Applied Population Laboratory (APL) at UW-Madison. An interactive mapping and data extraction tool for Wisconsin demographics. Allows users to choose demographic variables and append it to the geography of their choice. Includes Census 2000, Census 2010, and the latest ACS data since 2005.
"The budget for the University of Wisconsin System has historically been presented in four volumes, with Volume I containing summary level details and Volumes II through IV containing staff detail for each institution. Beginning this year (2016-17) only the summary level detail (formerly Volume I) will be provided by the University of Wisconsin System Budget Office as the Budget System no longer contains detailed staff information."
Laws enacted in the Wisconsin Legislature during each biennial session are referred to as "acts" and are numbered chronologically as they are enacted. (At the end of each session, they are published in a hard bound set entitled Laws of Wisconsin and are known as the Wisconsin session laws.) Coverage: 1849-
Statistical social and economic indicators for the county. Published by the La Crosse County Economic Development Committee with assistance provided by the Mississippi River Regional Planning Commission. Coverage: through September 2011
Public notices from Wisconsin newspapers: adoptions, advertisements for bids assessments, court proceedings, delinquent taxes foreclosures, name changes, school & government finances, school board minutes, unclaimed property