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The head of Milwaukee's children's hospital says health outcomes for youth in the city are "abysmal" and is among policy experts who say health care in the city and state remain a crucial issue heading into the 2020 election season.

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While keyboarding in the digital age may be more practical for elementary school students to learn, a state lawmaker said the benefits of learning cursive handwriting can’t be ignored.

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A conservative Republican from Wisconsin is teaming up with Democrats on a bill that would cap interest rates charged by payday lenders.

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The DNC Host Committee says security at the Democratic National Convention should not inconvenience people during the July 13-16 event.

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A conservative advocacy group has filed a lawsuit against Wisconsin’s elections agency, contending the agency is breaking a state law about maintaining voter rolls.

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The University of Wisconsin System and Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. have unveiled a new online tool to help small and medium-sized businesses recruit interns from UW campuses. The goal is to improve the student experience and keep skilled workers from leaving the state.

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As the United States Supreme Court took up President Donald Trump’s appeal to end the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on Tuesday, Milwaukee immigration advocates and students gathered to rally support for those living in the country without legal permission.

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When Tommy Thompson decided to return to politics in 2012, he was walking into a Wisconsin that was as divided as ever. The game had changed, and Thompson had to play by a new set of rules. That meant a new take on some of his old positions, including the train.

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The poverty rate for black Wisconsinites is three to four times that of white residents. Gov. Tony Evers and his allies in the state Legislature want to change that with a new executive order and bill.

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Lafayette County officials modified and passed a resolution Tuesday morning that originally called for prosecuting journalists who edit an upcoming news release on a regional water quality study.

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State Assembly lawmakers are set to vote Tuesday on updates to hemp regulations in Wisconsin.

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State Assembly lawmakers have approved updates to hemp regulations in Wisconsin.

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The Wisconsin agriculture secretary fired by the Republican-controlled state Senate has a new job, still within Gov. Tony Evers' administration.

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On Veterans Day, the city of Milwaukee signed off on a tiny village for homeless veterans.

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While a majority of Americans say prescription drugs have made their lives better, 79 percent say drug prices are unreasonable, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll conducted earlier this year.

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The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents is facing criticism for not including any faculty, staff or non-regent students to search committee for the next UW System President.

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A federal appeals court has affirmed a lower court ruling that Wisconsin Republican lawmakers can't intervene in a Planned Parenthood lawsuit challenging the state's abortion restrictions.

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The Public Service Commission is directing state agencies to take another look at a roughly $66 million project that would convert manure into energy in Brown County.

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Officials say the new policy is needed after 2016 campaigns left La Crosse taxpayers on the hook for $10,000 of overtime wages from political rallies.

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Gov. Tony Evers has promoted the deputy agriculture secretary after the state Senate fired the head of the agency earlier this week.

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