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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to give speeches across the country advocating for conservative issues like returning powers to the states and tax reform.

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Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos won't release a $850,000 contract with a legal firm helping the GOP defend legislative district boundaries.

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The state Department of Workforce Development reports the state's overall unemployment rate from November of 2018 remains at 3 percent — as it has for the last 10 months.

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Colleagues of Carolyn Stanford Taylor say she is the right choice by Gov. Elect Tony Evers for the state superintendent job.

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Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers is planning to announce more cabinet appointments.

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Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers is planning to announce more cabinet appointments.

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Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers has appointed two new cabinet secretaries.

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State of Wisconsin employees who are transgender will soon have one less hurdle to get hormones and gender affirming surgery.

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Organizers of Milwaukee's bid for the 2020 Democratic National Convention are looking for a third-party entity to guarantee at least a $10 million line of credit for the bid. Lt. Gov.-elect Mandela Barnes, who serves on the convention bid committee, says the money will sort itself out.

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Gov. Scott Walker passed over 13 other applicants to appoint outgoing Attorney General Brad Schimel to a Waukesha County judgeship.

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When Democrat Sarah Godlewski is inaugurated as the state's new treasurer in 2019, she'll be taking up the mantle of an executive office that was nearly eliminated.

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Democratic U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore said she's not sure what the "end game" is in the dispute between President Donald Trump and Congress over funding for a border wall.

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Democratic Lt. Gov.-elect Mandela Barnes says he sees his upcoming job as a chance to fix issues plaguing the entire state of Wisconsin.

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Gov.-elect Tony Evers announced four more appointments to his cabinet on Friday, including his pick to head the state Department of Transportation.

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Wisconsin Republican Congressman Glenn Grothman said he doesn't think Congress will need to address a Texas court ruling overturning the Affordable Care Act because it won't be upheld on appeal.

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Judge Lisa Neubauer filed over 5,500 signatures on Thursday, and is the first candidate to file for the 2019 spring election for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

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Wisconsin lawmakers are at odds over the importance of a new audit that questions how the state tracks jobs created by Foxconn.

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Republican Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald isn't ruling out taking a federal Medicaid expansion that incoming Democratic Gov. Tony Evers wants.

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State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said Thursday he isn’t ruling out the GOP-controlled Senate’s approval of one of Gov.-elect Tony Evers’ goals: Wisconsin accepting a federal expansion of Medicaid.

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Ousted Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel says in his first post-election interview that his defeat to Democrat Josh Kaul was "kind of a death by a thousand cuts."

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