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The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday in one of the lawsuits challenging December's lame-duck session of the state Legislature that limited the power of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in one of the lawsuits challenging December's lame-duck session of the state Legislature that limited the power of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in one of the lawsuits challenging December's lame-duck session of the state Legislature that limited the power of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

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The state Assembly passed a so-called "born alive" anti-abortion bill that has been approved in other states and President Donald Trump has touted.

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The state Assembly is poised to pass a so-called "born alive" anti-abortion bill passed in other states that President Donald Trump has touted.

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Former Mayor John Hohenfeldt used fake name, email to file complaints to Wisconsin Ethics Commission, Wisconsin Elections Commission

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A northern Wisconsin lawmaker is making the case that the Joint Finance Committee is ignoring the opinion of the northern third of the state by not holding public hearings north of River Falls.

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The Legislature's budget committee has approved Gov. Tony Evers' plan to authorize more borrowing for clean water projects. But GOP lawmakers who run the committee won't revive Evers' proposal to increase borrowing to replace lead service lines.

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A software company is asking the Wisconsin Claims Board for $14.3 million over a contract dispute that involves work done on a state system tracking retirement benefits for thousands of public employees.

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Farmers in Wisconsin are bracing for an additional round of Chinese tariffs on U.S. goods. They come in retaliation to a breakdown in trade talks between the countries and a pledge from President Donald Trump to increase tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports.

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Wisconsin Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has appealed a ruling that would force him to be questioned by attorneys representing Democratic voters in a federal redistricting lawsuit.

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Wisconsin is getting more than $61.7 million from the federal government to fund improvements to water and wastewater infrastructure through the state’s revolving loan programs. Gov. Tony Evers’ budget proposal would boost funding for those programs. The republican-controlled Joint Finance Committee is set to vote on funding for environmental loans this Tuesday.

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Republicans determined to deliver Wisconsin for President Donald Trump next year will emphasize at their state convention that they must do a better job engaging with grassroots voters if they hope to rebound from a devastating 2018.

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A new audit finds continuing problems at Wisconsin's economic development agency.

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Wisconsin health officials say the state is at high risk for a measles outbreak.

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In theory, Wisconsin's alcohol laws are grounded in a three-tier system, where producers, distributors and retailers all operate independently. In practice, the law is full of exceptions and economic protections, sparking a long-running political fight that has evolved as the industry has changed.

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Wisconsin's new Democratic attorney general is shifting the state Justice Department away from his Republican predecessor's conservative stances on everything from health care to high-capacity wells.

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Wisconsin is known far and wide for its beer culture — and in recent years, Wisconsin's political culture has been getting plenty of national attention. The two often intersect.

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Wisconsin could become the first state to exempt waiters, waitresses and other workers' money from cash tips on their taxes.

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The state Assembly Health Committee has approved a package of anti-abortion bills, setting up a floor vote next week.

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