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In an interview with WPR's "Central Time," Kind responded to the president’s State of the Union Address earlier in the week, crediting him for his focus on unity and calling into question why he didn’t threaten another shutdown if funding for a southern border wall isn’t secured.

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State lawmakers have voted to advance a GOP-backed plan to cut income taxes on middle-class families in Wisconsin.

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The Republican co-chairs of the Legislature's budget committee are giving no indication that they plan to drop Wisconsin's lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act.

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Wisconsin Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson has joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers in calling on the Trump administration to pull back on increased tariffs.

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Republican state lawmakers on Wednesday called on Democrats to abandon a previous proposal that would have barred some state restrictions on abortion.

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For years, proposals to make Election Day a federal holiday have circulated to no avail. And a provision in House Democrats' new anti-corruption bill — their first in the majority — aiming to do just that has caught a lot of people’s attention.

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The Legislature's top Republicans both said Wednesday that they would be open to adding toll roads in Wisconsin but that it would be up to Gov. Tony Evers to set the direction for transportation funding in his budget.

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Gov. Tony Evers' budget proposal will include bonding to replace the state's troubled juvenile prisons Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake, but the facilities won’t close their doors by 2021 as originally expected.

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Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul may not defend GOP-backed laws in a new case that challenges December’s lame-duck session.

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Democratic Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday he had directed the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to review the air and water permits granted to Foxconn.

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Democratic Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday he can't support a Republican-authored tax cut moving through the Legislature, telling reporters the state would not have enough funding to pay for the plan in the future.

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The Tomah School Board has banned the wearing or display of the Confederate flag on school property.

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Conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn is defending blog posts he wrote more than a decade ago where he said a landmark gay rights court ruling could lead to legalized bestiality.

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Conservative state Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn is defending blog posts he wrote during law school that were sharply critical of homosexuality and abortion.

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A coalition of unions filed a new lawsuit Monday against the laws Wisconsin Republicans passed in December's lame-duck session, arguing the changes violate the basic separation of powers guaranteed by the state constitution.

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A group of black legislators are ushering in Black History Month in Wisconsin.

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Nearly 60 percent of Americans feel misunderstood by news organizations, and a majority of them identify as Republicans, according to a Pew Research Center study.

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Foxconn Technology Group says after speaking with President Donald Trump the Taiwan company plans to proceed with plans to construct a plant in Wisconsin that will make screens that can be used for small electronic devices.

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President Donald Trump and others say global warming was missing in action as temperatures dipped dangerously low across the Midwest this week.

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President Donald Trump and others say global warming was missing in action as temperatures dipped dangerously low across the Midwest this week.

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