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A strong majority of Wisconsin residents continue to support Gov. Tony Evers' decisions to close businesses and schools to slow the spread of COVID-19, according to the latest poll numbers from Marquette University.

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Final briefs have been filed in a second lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's "Safer at Home" order, this one arguing the order violated peoples' rights to freedom of worship, speech and travel under the Wisconsin Constitution. Justices could decide at any moment whether to take the case, and they could also issue a decision any day in the first lawsuit against the "Safer at Home" order issued by Gov. Tony Evers' administration in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Republican state Sen. Tom Tiffany faces Democrat Tricia Zunker in the race for the 7th Congressional District.

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Officials across northern Wisconsin are taking measures to protect voters ahead of Tuesday's special election in the 7th Congressional District.

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New guidelines designed to help businesses operate safely during the pandemic were announced Friday by Gov. Tony Evers.

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Pecatonica Area School District Superintendent Jill Underly declared her candidacy or state schools superintendent Thursday.

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The state Supreme Court has overturned Wisconsin's stay-at-home order, striking down one of the primary tools Gov. Tony Evers' administration has used in its effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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The state Supreme Court has overturned Wisconsin's stay-at-home order, striking down one of the primary tools Gov. Tony Evers' administration has used in its effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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As of Wednesday, the state's Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund had less than $2 billion remaining, according to numbers from the state Department of Workforce Development. The money could run out by October if claims continue at the current pace, according to the agency.

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UW System President Ray Cross has unveiled a plan to "streamline" duplicate degree programs at the state's universities and colleges and centralize administrative functions along with online class offerings. He says years of declining state support and financial hits due to COVID-19 mean layoffs will be inevitable.

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Tricia Zunker would be the first Native American woman elected to Congress from Wisconsin. She's the Democratic Party's strongest nominee in the 7th Congressional District in years. Will it be enough to flip a deep red district in the May 12 special election?

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State government saw a sharp decline in tax revenue during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, a drop that was caused by a combination of the economic slowdown created by the virus and the three-month extension for filing income taxes.

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A Republican-backed stay-at-home order in Wisconsin would include a shift to regional restrictions and a move away from a state list of so-called "essential businesses," the leader of the state Assembly said Wednesday.

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A Milwaukee business group is urging Gov. Tony Evers to being reopening the state as early as Monday. Wisconsin's stay-at-home order is in effect until Tuesday, May 26.

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GOP state Sen. Tom Tiffany is betting strong support for President Donald Trump and a record of championing conservative issues are enough to send him to Congress in Wisconsin's right-leaning 7th District.

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GOP state Sen. Tom Tiffany is betting strong support for President Donald Trump and a record of championing conservative issues are enough to send him to Congress in Wisconsin's right-leaning 7th District.

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Conservative justices on the state Supreme Court aggressively attacked the stay-at-home order issued by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers administration Tuesday, prompting an attorney for Evers to respond that people will die if the order is lifted.

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Candidates in the 7th Congressional District clashed on President Trump's agriculture policy, COVID-19 relief efforts and immigration in a debate broadcast Monday evening on WPR stations.

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Racine Unified School District’s five-vote margin in favor of a record-setting referendum stands, propelling Wisconsin to its highest rate of referendums approved since 2018.

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Racine Unified School District’s five-vote margin in favor of a record-setting referendum stands, propelling Wisconsin to its highest rate of referendums approved since 2018.

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