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A Dane County judge could rule soon in a lawsuit that aims to strike down the laws and appointments that Republican lawmakers passed in December's lame-duck session of the Legislature, many of which limited the power of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers.

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Foxconn Technology Group announced Monday its manufacturing plant in Racine County will be operational by the end of 2020. Construction on the Mount Pleasant Gen 6 fabrication facility will begin this summer, according to the company.

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Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will be leading the national effort to call a convention to approve a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution

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Domestic violence and sexual assault victims and their advocates will ask Wisconsin lawmakers for more than double the money in the current state budget for the Sexual Assault Victim Services program after a recent increase in the need for services.

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The two candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court argued Friday over their partisan ties, with Judge Lisa Neubauer calling Judge Brian Hagedorn a political operative for former Gov. Scott Walker and Hagedorn saying Neubauer would help liberals politicize the court.

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Over the course of two days health officials and law enforcement from around the state will dissect a disaster, one that was man-made and years in the making: the opioid epidemic.

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Hundreds of students from across south central Wisconsin left class Friday, gathering outside the state Capitol to protest what they see as a lack of government action to combat climate change.

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Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder visited Madison on Thursday to campaign for state Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer, telling an audience of Democratic organizers that they'll win if they get progressives to the polls.

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The newly appointed head of Wisconsin's Department of Health Services says accepting federal Medicaid expansion funds is vital to increasing reimbursement rates to health care providers and addressing a skilled health care worker shortage in Wisconsin.

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The newly appointed head of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services says accepting federal Medicaid expansion funds is vital to increasing reimbursement rates to health care providers and addressing a skilled health care worker shortage in Wisconsin.

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University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross stopped by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s aging chemistry building Wednesday to express his support for the governor’s plan to replace it with a new $129.5 million facility.

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A University of Wisconsin journalism professor says news organizations and politicians can both do more to help restore public confidence in the facts.

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Gov. Tony Evers’ budget would invest $78 million in the state’s Broadband Expansion Grant Program. The governor has set a goal to provide all homes and businesses in Wisconsin with high-speed internet by 2025.

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More than 50,000 visitors are expected to stream into Milwaukee for the 2020 Democratic National Convention, bringing in an estimated $200 million, and a big event entails a lot of logistics.

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Gov. Tony Evers says Wisconsin join a multi-state lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to pay for a United States-Mexico border wall.

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Wisconsin’s longest serving senator, William Proxmire, had a career that could be described as a paradox.

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Gov. Tony Evers’ pick to lead the state Department of Safety and Professional Services, Dawn Crim, defended her credentials and character Wednesday during a confirmation hearing before state lawmakers.

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Wisconsin natural resources and agriculture officials say they'll start from scratch on regulations to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease between wild and captive deer after emergency rules proposed by former Gov. Scott Walker last year were scrapped or allowed to expire.

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The president's 2020 budget offers $30 million for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which gets $300 million most years.

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After Gov. Tony Evers was elected but before the Democrat was inaugurated as governor, Republicans passed a law requiring able-bodied, childless adults under age 50 to work. Evers has proposed ending the requirement in his budget.

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