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1 hr ago | WDJT
Assembly Bill 380 creates a cumulative preference system for applicants for each year they do not receive a sturgeon spearing permit.
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2 hrs ago | WSAW
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that would restrict public access to a potential iron mine site in northern Wisconsin.
3 hrs ago | Salon
The United Auto Workers announced late Wednesday night that graduate students at New York University had voted - by a 49 to 1 margin - to join the union, and make theirs the only private university in the country where grad students bargain collectively over the conditions of their teaching and research work.
4 hrs ago | The Badger Herald Online
After the Assembly passed Gov. Scott Walker's bill to delay BadgerCare transitions for 77,000 families and more than 80,000 childless adults, a Madison legislator proposed a bill Tuesday that would give counties the option to expand Medicaid under the federal health care reform law.
8 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. called it a witch hunt by a DA's office that is "becoming weaponized for political purposes," according to the Wisconsin Reporter.
Gov. Scott Walker says he "respectfully disagrees" with fellow Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner who criticized the lowering of American flags to half-staff in honor of Nelson Mandela.
The first in a series of round table discussions about Wisconsin's tax code and possible changes Gov. Scott Walker may seek is closed to the press.
The Sartori Co., a family-owned cheese company, announced today that it will embark on a $14 million expansion and renovation project at its plants in Antigo and Plymouth - a development expected to create up to 53 new jobs.
Hoping to spur job growth through the revitalization of historic Wisconsin buildings, Governor Scott Walker signed into a law an increase in the restoration tax credit.
Governor Scott Walker proclaimed this week as Computer Science Education Week to highlight the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math education for women and girls in Wisconsin.
A Republican-led state Assembly committee recommended Wednesday that the Legislature establish a process to review Common Core academic standards in place in Wisconsin, ignoring pressure from tea party conservatives to immediately scrap the standards.
A Wisconsin con man who has agreed several times to stop selling ads he never delivers is at it again in neighboring states, officials say.
"The more you explain it, the more I don't understand it." Mark Twain's comment summarizes how many people feel about the Affordable Care Act and Health Care Marketplace, said Julie Hilbert, senior benefits specialist for Fond du Lac County Department of Senior Services.
The governor will take part in a tour of the Larsen Green Redevelopment Project and sign the bill into law at the Hotel Northland.
The scene is located on Watson St. Officials say the buildings house businesses and apartments.
Traffic is flowing again on Highway 55 in the Kaukauna area following a crash involving a semi and an SUV.
Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign into law a bill that backers say will help several historic redevelopment projects around the state.
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