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Voters in Wisconsin have approved a constitutional amendment known as Marsy's Law. The measure aims to give crime victims more rights under state law.

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GOP state lawmakers have released their plan to combat the economic and social problems created by the spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin. The Legislature is expected to vote this week on the bill.

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Former Vice President Joe Biden has won Wisconsin's presidential primary election.

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President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is suing a Northwoods TV station for airing an advocacy group's political ad.

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Wisconsin's April election made history, not for who was on the ballot, but because it happened at a time when government at all levels was telling people to stay home in the midst of a public health crisis.

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The results of last week's election are expected to be announced Monday.

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An unidentified user briefly hacked into the Milwaukee Election Commission's Zoom meeting on Sunday and took over the screen to share graphic images.

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Some ballots mailed on or before Election Day might not be counted because they have irregular postmarks, the state elections agency said Friday.

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Wisconsin's county sheriff's offices are working to reduce the number of inmates in hopes of preventing outbreaks of COVID-19 among inmates and jail staff.

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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has hired more than 120 workers in the last few weeks to help local public health departments track down people who may have been exposed to COVID-19.

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The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development projects Wisconsin's unemployment rate is nearly 27 percent due to business closures and social distancing orders meant to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.

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Steve Deller, a professor at UW-Madison's Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics, predicts unemployment is going to be much worse in March compared to February in Wisconsin's rural locations.

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Wisconsin voters requested a record 1.28 million absentee ballots, many of them seeking to avoid in-person voting during the coronavirus pandemic. But voters across Wisconsin said they waited to receive ballots that did not arrive before Election Day.

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When 48 school districts were getting their referendums on the ballot the required 70 days before Election Day, they weren’t expecting anything like Tuesday’s election. And districts won’t know how much the global pandemic impacted results until at least next week.

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A GOP plan in response to COVID-19 in Wisconsin would give Republican lawmakers more control over cuts to state spending on things like schools and health care.

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Wisconsin clerks turned to surgical masks, gloves and Plexiglas in hopes of preventing the spread of the new coronavirus during Tuesday's election. They say they did the best they could under the circumstances and are glad it's over.

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Foxconn officials say they have invested "hundreds of millions" of dollars in the development of the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Racine County and have met the state’s pay-for-performance criteria.

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More than 1 million people in Wisconsin requested mail-in ballots for Tuesday’s election, but another 1 million would have had to vote in person Tuesday to match turnout numbers in the state's last presidential primary.

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Wisconsin voters went to the polls Tuesday despite public health warnings against large crowds amid the COVID-19 pandemic. These photos from across the state offer a glimpse into an election day overshadowed by the new coronavirus.

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Hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin voters could head to the polls Tuesday in an election unlike any ever seen before in the state as officials and voters alike contend with new rules and procedures spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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