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U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., says the federal Small Shipyard Grant Program should be better funded and that any money used through it should go to domestic products and services.

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Immigrants and their supporters rallied åt the Wisconsin Capitol as part of a nationwide day of action to push lawmakers to make driver's licenses available to people who are living in the country illegally.

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Two Republican legislators want to spend nearly $8 million annually to create dairy research programs at three University of Wisconsin System schools.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Patience Roggensack has been re-elected to a third, two-year term leading the court.

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court has sided with Republicans in the preliminary dispute over 82 Scott Walker appointees who were confirmed in December's lame-duck session of the Legislature. The court found that all of the Walker appointees can return to work while one of the lame-duck lawsuits is appealed.

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A bill introduced by western Wisconsin lawmakers would allow judges to garnish public employee pensions if they're convicted of felony theft and misconduct while in office.

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Tuesday, Gov. Tony Evers said he has clarity on Wisconsin's Foxconn project and didn't mind not being invited to a White House meeting between the president and the company's CEO.

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Democrat Tip McGuire and Republican Mark Stalker are vying to replace former state Rep. Peter Barca in the 64th Assembly District in a special election Tuesday.

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A bipartisan group of state lawmakers is calling for Wisconsin to end personal conviction waivers for opting out of vaccinations.

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Student activists from Milwaukee Public Schools are calling on lawmakers to “divest from failure” and “invest in freedom” through reforms such as removing police and metal detectors from schools, increasing social work and mental health professionals and implementing culturally-responsive curricula and training.

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Student activists from Milwaukee Public Schools are calling on lawmakers and the district to "divest from failure" and "invest in freedom" for youth of color through a number of reforms, including removing police officers and metal detectors from schools, increasing the number of social work and mental health professionals, and implementing culturally responsive curricula and training.

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Dane County Circuit Judge Jill Karofsky says she is planning to run for the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2020.

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The phrase "mental retardation" has been stripped from state regulations under a new law signed Tuesday by Gov. Tony Evers.

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court says a firearms marketplace website that a man used to buy the gun he used to kill three people in 2012 is not liable in the attack.

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A new report says Gov. Tony Evers’ proposal to decriminalize marijuana in Wisconsin would go further than other states that have loosened restrictions on the drug.

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Milwaukee is considering expanding its incentive policy for employees who stay in the city.

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For Wisconsin's rapidly growing Latino population, access to transportation, bilingual health care providers and fulltime work with benefits remain major barriers to addressing health disparities.

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President Donald Trump cheered the thriving U.S. economy and criticized his Democratic presidential opponents during a rally held in an arena full of supporters in Green Bay on Saturday night.

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The Democrats packed a union hall on Saturday morning ahead of President Donald Trump’s rally in Green Bay on Saturday night.

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While on the campaign trail, Gov. Tony Evers vowed to overhaul parts of the state’s criminal justice system. While the governor's budget meets some promises, others are absent and have drawn criticism from change advocates, and prompted Secretary-designee Kevin Carr to ask for patience as new reforms are on the horizon.

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