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Gov. Tony Evers and Foxconn Technology Group officials are talking about making changes to the contract signed in 2017 that was based on constructing a larger display screen manufacturing facility than is now proposed.

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Two top GOP lawmakers said Thursday that Gov. Tony Evers' proposal to legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin will not pass the state Legislature as part of the next budget.

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Republican state lawmakers are defending Foxconn Technology Group amid mixed signals from company leadership about how many jobs it will create in Wisconsin.

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Milwaukee-based utility We Energies has left the Utility Air Regulatory Group, joining 10 other utilities that have departed the powerful Washington, D.C. lobbying organization.

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Federal health officials are cautioning that some doctors aren’t following opioid prescribing guidelines and it’s hurting patients.

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John Lettieri, president and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Economic Innovation Group, said a type of visa that gets immigrant workers into certain counties with a tight labor market could help struggling communities.

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Federal authorities will conduct an official review of s exual assault and harassment policies at Wisconsin’s National Guard units in response to allegations of misconduct,

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Wisconsin farmer groups are coming together to ask for an end to increased tariffs and trade uncertainty.

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DNC Chairman Tom Perez and his team are in Milwaukee on Tuesday and Wednesday working on preparations for the July 2020 convention the city will host. He called the convention and election the most "important of a lifetime."

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Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday it was Foxconn that first suggested making changes to its contract with the state of Wisconsin, not the other way around.

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The Supreme Court is grappling with a Wisconsin law that allows law enforcement to draw blood without a warrant from suspected drunken drivers who have become unconscious.

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Groups supporting conservation and restoration of the Great Lakes are speaking out against the Trump administration for proposing to roll back protections for wetlands and streams.

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On Tuesday, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul reminded citizens about Drug Take Back Day at a press event with Madison Police Chief Mike Koval at the police department. People can dispose of unwanted and unused medications Saturday at various locations around the state.

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A new federal lawsuit challenges Wisconsin's requirements for what student identification cards count for purposes of voting.

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The head of Wisconsin's economic development agency is defending the state's contract with Foxconn Technology Group, even as Gov. Tony Evers says it's being renegotiated.

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Gov. Tony Evers says he will veto a Republican-authored bill that could send doctors to prison for life if they fail to give medical care to babies born alive after a failed abortion attempt.

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he will not be endorsing a Democratic presidential candidate before the primary.

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State government would help pay for electric car charging stations along Wisconsin's Interstate corridors under a bill unveiled Monday by Republican state lawmakers.

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Compared to many other states, Wisconsin has strict rules on when pharmacists can give immunization shots. Pharmacists can’t administer vaccines to children younger than age 6 and they have to form a collaboration with a local physician.

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Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Secretary Brad Pfaff said increasing dairy exports is essential to boosting milk prices for farmers.

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