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Key parties involved in Wisconsin's Foxconn project spent Thursday denying a new report that claimed the project had been scaled back as a result of negotiations with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

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In hopes of distributing trade authority equally among the branches of federal government, bipartisan legislation would require Congress to approve changes to trade agreements.

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A conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate once had a provocative blog where he opined on hot-button issues including homosexuality and abortion.

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A new report says Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the GOP-controlled state Legislature will have about $1.8 billion in new state tax revenue as they craft the next budget.

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Tech giant Foxconn won't build televisions in Wisconsin according to a report in Reuters, focusing instead on hiring engineers and researchers at its Mount Pleasant facility. "In terms of TV, we have no place in the U.S.," Foxconn's Louis Woo told Reuters. "We can’t compete."

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers wants to delay closing the state's troubled juvenile prisons by two years.

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The chief of staff for Democratic Gov. Tony Evers says the governor's first budget will prioritize education, from K-12 public schools to the University of Wisconsin.

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A Republican co-chair of the Legislature's budget committee says he'd be open to raising transportation taxes by as much as $340 million per year as long as they're offset by a corresponding income tax cut.

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A bipartisan group of Wisconsin's Congressional delegates have introduced legislation to block future federal government shutdowns and offer pay to federal workers and contractors impacted by the monthlong shutdown that ended Jan. 25.

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A bill in the state Legislature would make more individuals with criminal records eligible for expungement.

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Wisconsin Assembly Democrats are withdrawing from the federal lawsuit challenging Republican-drawn legislative districts.

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Community-based lobbying groups from the Superior and Eau Claire areas will ask lawmakers to help with infrastructure issues including roads and broadband.

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Democratic Gov. Tony Evers will use a private lawyer to represent him in a lawsuit that seeks to overturn all of the laws passed by Republicans in December's lame-duck session. Evers will be represented by the firm of Lester Pines, a Madison attorney who frequently works for Democrats in high-...

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Gov. Tony Evers is pledging to clean up Wisconsin's drinking water.

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Wisconsin farmers and their accountants say they're in for a tough tax season as they file their first returns under the tax laws passed by Congress in late 2017.

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In an interview with Wisconsin Public Radio about his new role, state Department of Workforce Development Secretary Caleb Frostman said he wants to focus on increasing Wisconsinites' quality of life and growing wages.

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Gov. Tony Evers said he plans to commit $31 million in his state budget plan to help Fincantieri Marinette Marine.

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Milwaukee County will build a secured residential center for youth leaving Lincolin Hills and Copper Lake.

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The new survey found the majority of Wisconsin residents support leaving a federal lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act and taking a federal expansion of Medicaid funding.

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Wisconsin's redistricting trial has been delayed by a federal court for at least three months.

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