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Leadership of the Wisconsin Assembly will not allow a paralyzed lawmaker who is in a wheelchair to phone into committee meetings.

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Tribal youth and elders in Wisconsin are seeing limited options for consuming traditional foods through federally funded tribal programs. The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission is developing tribal food codes to expand the use of fish, game and plants harvested in tribal communities.

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Republican state legislators are recommending substantial changes to voting requirements for costly new facilities on University of Wisconsin System campuses.

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Some Wisconsin farmer leaders say helping producers struggling after years of low commodity prices is too important to wait.

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U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson made his way to Milwaukee’s Journey House on Friday morning to announce a new initiative targeting housing assistance for young people aging out of the foster care system.

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Milwaukee County farmers will receive the highest payment rate in the state under the newly released program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Milwaukee County, City launch Green New Deal to Create Jobs and Reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says a proposed USDA rule change could push 25,000 Wisconsinites out of the federal food benefit program known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

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Ensuring well users in rural Wisconsin have clean drinking water will require changes in how farmers spray and store fertilizer. That was one of the messages from scientists who testified in Stevens Point before the Assembly's Water Quality Task Force.

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Democratic lawmakers are renewing a push to allow felons to vote in Wisconsin immediately after they are released from prison.

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The University of Wisconsin would be able to increase tuition no greater than the rate of inflation under a bill being proposed in the state Legislature by the chairman of the Assembly's higher education committee.

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The University of Wisconsin would be able to increase tuition no greater than the rate of inflation under a bill being proposed in the state Legislature by the chairman of the Assembly's higher education committee.

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The University of Wisconsin would be able to increase tuition no greater than the rate of inflation under a bill being proposed in the state Legislature by the chairman of the Assembly's higher education committee.

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State lawmakers approved millions in state spending on Tuesday, but clashed along party lines over some programs facing funding delays, including proposals related to farmers’ mental health and homelessness.

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An outreach program for Wisconsin veterans is now on solid footing after years of budget uncertainty, says the head of the state Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez visited Milwaukee Thursday, were he spoke about how the Trump administration's policies have failed Wisconsin.

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Local governments across Wisconsin will compete for additional transportation funding under a program unveiled Thursday by the Evers administration.

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Gov. Tony Evers on Wednesday signed a new state law aimed at boosting the availability of sign language interpreters in Wisconsin.

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With the closure of Wisconsin's troubled youth prisons delayed, Milwaukee County has submitted a new proposal to state officials to bring the youth housed there home sooner.

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With the closure of Wisconsin's troubled youth prisons delayed, Milwaukee County has submitted a new proposal to state officials to bring the youth housed there home sooner.

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