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Gov. Scott Walker said "anything’s possible" at the GOP Presidential Convention next month in Cleveland.

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More than two dozen states have passed so-called "Right to Try" bills that allow dying patients to seek experimental medicine that might not see federal approval for years, Wisconsin isn't among them.

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The state Assembly speaker said he hopes the governor will change his mind on roads spending.

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The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has signed off on the appointment of a Madison lawyer to the nation's oldest federal appeals court vacancy, but it's not clear that the full Senate will follow suit.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

In a historic moment in the U.S., a woman will become the presidential nominee of a major political party, but some political commentators notice a generational difference in the level of excitement following this event. For women of a certain age, seeing Democrat Hillary Clinton on the cusp of...

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Gov. Scott Walker's office has released a list of five recommended finalists for Wisconsin's pending state Supreme Court vacancy.

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The Rev. Franklin Graham, a national evangelical leader who is the son of the Rev. Billy Graham, told a crowd of thousands outside the Wisconsin state Capitol on Wednesday that they need to elect people who believe in the Bible.

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Gov. Scott Walker's approval rating has dropped in a new Marquette University Law School poll, but his numbers are still above both likely presidential nominees in the minds of Wisconsin voters.

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Hillary Clinton has postponed her campaign trip to Green Bay this week following Sunday's mass shooting in Florida that left at least 50 people dead.

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The state elections agency requested $250,000 for a campaign to educate voters about new photo ID rules at the polls.

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A retired judge and outgoing member of the Government Accountability Board, which is being dismantled and replaced with two new partisan committees, says he hopes the public will demand more regulation of political campaign spending.

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Shortly after Obama endorsed Clinton Thursday, her campaign announced the two would hold a joint campaign event in Green Bay the middle of next week.

The Joy Cardin Show

A conservative commentator said on Thursday that she thinks Gov. Scott Walker could actually wind up being the Republican presidential nominee -- not Donald Trump. A post on the right-wing website, RedState, on Wednesday indicated that rumors are floating around that Walker is open to accepting the...

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Gov. Scott Walker continues to distance himself from a suburban Milwaukee GOP lawmaker who has some strong words for Wisconsin's largest city.

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Democratic National Committee member Jason Rae pledged his support for Clinton on Wednesday, joining six other Wisconsin superdelegates.

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Gov. Scott Walker has joined U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan in denouncing presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump's comments about the federal judge overseeing a case against Trump University.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

This week’s presidential primaries have essentially completed the primary season and although U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has lost the race for the Democratic nominee, his unpredictability inspired and encouraged millions of Americans, according to a political observer and journalist. Writer and...

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With both major political parties reluctant to spend money running candidates in uncompetitive districts, fewer and fewer voters have choices on their ballots for representation at the state Capitol.

Central Time

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan's new plan to alleviate poverty is a good starting point for compromise and could ultimately win over bipartisan support, according to a childhood poverty expert of a left-leaning think tank. The new set of policies, which is largely a repackaged compilation of previous...

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Wisconsin Democrats are promising to take back control of the state Legislature, just not this election year, or even the election after that.

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