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Former Gov. Scott Walker is joining the Wisconsin-based Institute for Reforming Government as an honorary chairman.

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A dozen counties in Wisconsin would be able add another circuit court branch under a bill introduced by republican lawmakers. The proposal seeks to add another judge and court reporter for counties with the heaviest workloads.

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders told a shivering crowd of a couple thousand people Friday that he needed their help to complete a political revolution.

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders told a shivering crowd of a couple thousand people Friday that he needed their help to complete a political revolution.

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A new study on fair housing in the La Crosse area found housing needs are disproportionately affecting some minority residents.

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A federal investigation into alleged civil rights violations at Wisconsin's youth prison has ended without charges.

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The Wisconsin Department of Justice's work to test thousands of sexual assault kits has resulted in charges against less than a half-dozen people so far.

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The Wisconsin Department of Justice's work to test thousands of sexual assault kits has resulted in charges against less than a half-dozen people so far.

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A report by the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association says Wisconsin saw an 8 percent decrease in state appropriations for higher education between 2013 and 2018 while most states increased funding.

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Two Republican lawmakers are seeking support from colleagues for a bill that would prevent abortions from being performed solely because of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex or fetal anomaly.

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Foxconn Technology Group has purchased a building directly across the street from Wisconsin's state Capitol in downtown Madison.

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Foxconn Technology Group announced plans to purchase a building directly across the street from Wisconsin's state Capitol in downtown Madison.

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Nearly half of all federal revenue comes from individual income taxes, and with taxes due Monday, April 15, there's no shortage of opinion on where and how tax dollars should be spent.

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Wisconsin's Public Service Commission took a leap towards clean energy Thursday, approving its first utility-scale solar projects.

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Some of the most powerful women in Wisconsin state government are coming together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the state's ratification of the 19th Amendment.

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The city of New Richmond has been asked to rezone property for a 500-bed immigrant detention facility that would be privately run by Immigration Centers of America. The request has generated intense controversy and has swamped local officials with calls.

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Almost twice the number of deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease in 2018 from the previous year.

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Public approval — and disapproval — of Gov. Tony Evers went up in the latest Marquette University Law School poll as more people familiarized themselves with the first-term governor after three months on the job.

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Judge Lisa Neubauer has conceded the race for Wisconsin Supreme Court to Judge Brian Hagedorn a week after an election that left a razor-thin margin between the two.

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the state schools superintendent's authority to craft regulations independently.

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