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Conservative-backed state Supreme Court Justice Dan Kelly is preparing to face his two challengers in a debate for the first time.

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The role of politics in the state's highest court was a flash point in the first debate between conservative-backed state Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly and his two challengers on Tuesday.

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Three Democratic attorneys general from Wisconsin, Minnesota and California are backing Michigan’s stance in its lawsuit that seeks to decommission and shut down Enbridge's Line 5 running through the Straits of Mackinac.

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Wisconsin's U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson has long been a lobbyist for the vaping industry, and he has just scored a victory with Trump's reversal on flavored tobacco.

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The state Department of Natural Resources spent about $8.7 million on contractors to manage state lands over the last fiscal year.

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Gov. Tony Evers says he may call another special session of the state Legislature to address gun violence in Wisconsin after a failed attempt earlier this month.

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The City of Milwaukee is forming a task force to encourage more millennials to stay in Milwaukee after graduating.

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A county in rural northeastern Wisconsin has declared itself a Second Amendment sanctuary, a move commissioners say is designed to send a "keep your hands off our guns" message to politicians.

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Dunn County and the City of Madison have passed local vehicle registration fees known as wheel taxes despite transportation funding increasing in the 2019-2021 state budget.

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Some Wisconsin counties are nudging lawmakers to consider a bill that would eliminate a popular waiver for vaccinations needed to attend school.

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The head of Milwaukee's children's hospital says health outcomes for youth in the city are "abysmal" and is among policy experts who say health care in the city and state remain a crucial issue heading into the 2020 election season.

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While keyboarding in the digital age may be more practical for elementary school students to learn, a state lawmaker said the benefits of learning cursive handwriting can’t be ignored.

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A conservative Republican from Wisconsin is teaming up with Democrats on a bill that would cap interest rates charged by payday lenders.

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The DNC Host Committee says security at the Democratic National Convention should not inconvenience people during the July 13-16 event.

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A conservative advocacy group has filed a lawsuit against Wisconsin’s elections agency, contending the agency is breaking a state law about maintaining voter rolls.

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The University of Wisconsin System and Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. have unveiled a new online tool to help small and medium-sized businesses recruit interns from UW campuses. The goal is to improve the student experience and keep skilled workers from leaving the state.

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As the United States Supreme Court took up President Donald Trump’s appeal to end the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on Tuesday, Milwaukee immigration advocates and students gathered to rally support for those living in the country without legal permission.

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When Tommy Thompson decided to return to politics in 2012, he was walking into a Wisconsin that was as divided as ever. The game had changed, and Thompson had to play by a new set of rules. That meant a new take on some of his old positions, including the train.

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The poverty rate for black Wisconsinites is three to four times that of white residents. Gov. Tony Evers and his allies in the state Legislature want to change that with a new executive order and bill.

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Lafayette County officials modified and passed a resolution Tuesday morning that originally called for prosecuting journalists who edit an upcoming news release on a regional water quality study.

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