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Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson was pressed by constituents during a telephone town hall Wednesday about why he wasn't doing more to reopen the federal government. In response, Johnson defended President Donald Trump and restated the need for a border wall.

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he will likely include a "first step" toward legalizing medical marijuana in his first state budget proposal

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Republicans lawmakers, who control the state Legislature, are moving forward with a bill to protect Wisconsinites with pre-existing medical conditions, saying it would make sure they can get insurance if a federal court ruling against the Affordable Care Act is upheld.

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and Republican lawmakers have vowed Tuesday to find common ground during a meeting that included GOP members from both the state Senate and Assembly, but key differences remained.

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Hundreds of federal workers in Wisconsin are seeking unemployment benefits from the state as the partial federal government shutdown continues.

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A conservative group plans to file a lawsuit aimed at preventing the state of Wisconsin from requiring wedding barns to obtain liquor licenses.

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A week after taking office, Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is highlighting policy issues where he hopes to see action, including criminal justice reform, transportation and economic development.

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Pepper spray and solitary confinement continue to be used at Wisconsin’s youth prisons, according to a new report released Monday.

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Gov. Tony Evers wants to make it a priority for the state's economic development agency to work with entrepreneurs and supporting innovation.

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A handful of Wisconsin Republicans are hoping new Democratic Gov. Tony Evers will help them finally criminalize first-offense drunken driving

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The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a Wisconsin drunk driving law that has parallels in other states.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a Wisconsin drunk driving law that has parallels in other states.

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Kimberly-Clark Corp. has notified Gov. Tony Evers' administration that it will close its plant in Neenah by May 31.

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Wisconsin Assembly Republicans said Thursday there are a number of areas where they can work with Democratic Gov. Tony Evers during the upcoming legislative session, but their leaders also drew lines in the sand over some of Evers’ campaign proposals.

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A federal report on food insecurity on college campuses has found that as many as two million students eligible for federal food assistance programs did not apply for benefits.

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The Wisconsin Medical Society is touting a prescription savings card offered by United Networks of America in Wisconsin and other states. The Wisconsin Drug Card is free and has been available in the state since 2010. Doctors worry that when prescription prices are out of reach, people sometimes split pills or go without.

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Department of Corrections staff in Wisconsin racked up $50 million in overtime in 2018.

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A group of plaintiffs filed a lawsuit Thursday that aims to overturn all of the measures Wisconsin Republicans passed in a lame-duck session last month, arguing the entire session was unconstitutional.

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Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday he will take action this week to change Wisconsin’s role in a federal lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act.

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A bipartisan group of lawmakers have issued recommendations that would increase state support for public schools and allow school districts to raise property taxes to do address special needs students.

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