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A conservative think tank has filed a federal lawsuit against Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, alleging that he violated First Amendment rights of staff members who were denied access to a press briefing.

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A Republican congressman showed little inclination to support new gun control measures at a town hall event Tuesday in Wild Rose.

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As state and federal officials create regulations for CBD products, some Wisconsin retailers are navigating increased risk in the new market.

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Gov. Tony Evers has signed a Republican-authored transportation bill and vetoed two others.

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Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald isn't saying whether he will consider gun control measures that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is calling on the Legislature to take up in the wake of recent mass shootings.

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Wisconsin lawmakers and activists are clashing this week over potential changes to state gun laws in the wake of two mass shootings in Ohio and Texas over the weekend.

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is calling on the Republican-controlled Legislature to take action following a pair of mass shootings in Texas and Ohio.

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The man behind Minnesota's recent law requiring drivers to put down their phones wants to see a similar law in Wisconsin. Tom Goeltz lost a daughter and grandson in a 2016 crash with a distracted driver and says a Wisconsin hands-free cell phone law will save lives.

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Gov. Tony Evers is crediting a reinsurance program adopted by his Republican predecessor Scott Walker for leading to lower health insurance rates in 2020.

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Wisconsin Republican state lawmakers are suing the Democratic attorney general, saying he's not complying with laws passed during a lame-duck legislative session in December that limited his powers.

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In hopes of making medication more affordable, President Donald Trump wants to import prescription drugs from other countries.The idea isn't new, in fact Wisconsin and a number of other states tried it 15 years ago.

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Assembly Speaker Robin Vos sent Rep. Jimmy Anderson a letter on Thursday stating he couldn't grant his request to call into committee meetings by phone. Vos did say he would pursue other accommodations.

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Conservative-backed judge Brian Hagedorn was sworn in Thursday to a 10-year term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

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The Democratic National Convention is estimated to have 50,000 visitors and a $200 million economic impact.

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U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin, is among five lawmakers introducing a new bipartisan bill looking to boost funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

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The Wisconsin Department of Justice's work to test thousands of kits containing evidence collected from sexual assault victims has resulted in charges being filed against nine people so far.

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The conservative advocacy group Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty has filed a lawsuit with the state Supreme Court challenging Gov. Tony Evers’ veto powers.

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Businesses that sell firearms in Wisconsin would be required to lock up all of the weapons at closing time under a Democratic proposal before the state Legislature.

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Gov. Tony Evers says data did not back former Gov. Scott Walker's back-to-school sales tax holiday.

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he will continue his commitment to improving water quality across the state, despite GOP lawmakers removing $40 million from the state budget that would have begun replacing lead service lines.

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