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House Speaker Paul Ryan will be interviewed on a national cable TV show Monday night, and Ryan's opponents are taking notice.

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There are numerous former Obama staffers running for Congress in 2018, and dozens more running for down ballot offices across the country.

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As the Foxconn bill moves from the Assembly to the Senate, Republican Sen. Alberta Darling joins us to discuss the next steps the Foxconn debate will take. Darling co-chairs the Joint Finance Committee, which will hold hearings on the Assembly next week. This is a landmark opportunity for Wisconsin to be put on the map as a tech manufacturing state, she explains.

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After passing the Wisconsin State Assembly, the Foxconn bill will now be taken up by the Senate, where it will get a public hearing before the Joint Finance Committee next week. For the latest, we speak with Sen. Jon Erpenbach, Democratic member of the Joint Finance Committee, who shares his concerns about the bill, especially the exemption of certain environmental reviews.

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The resolution specifically condemned white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis.

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Madison is removing city-owned Confederate monuments in the Forest Hill Cemetery.

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Matching bills introduced by state Sen. Tom Tiffany, R-Hazelhurst, and state Rep. Adam Jarchow, R-Balsam Lake, would change how local officials issue conditional use permits.

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The Wisconsin Assembly plans to approve a $3 billion tax break bill for Taiwan-based Foxconn to build a new display panel factory in the state.

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The Wisconsin Assembly approved a $3 billion tax break bill for Taiwan-based Foxconn to build a new display panel factory in the state.

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Proposals allowing those with life-threatening illnesses to get unapproved, experimental drugs are making headway at the federal and state levels.

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Two southeast Wisconsin state lawmakers on opposing sides of the aisle are responding to U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson’s suggestion that Wisconsin shouldn't necessarily bear the full $3 billion in incentives the state Legislature is considering to bring the tech giant Foxconn Technology Group to the state.

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Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said he's "not entirely" comfortable with President Trump's latest remarks on the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, but Johnson said he does not think Trump is a racist and he will continue to support the President on areas where they agree.

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The Club for Growth PAC has endorsed former Marine Kevin Nicholson in the 2018 U.S. Senate race.

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Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is urging Gov. Scott Walker to reconsider his rejection of a Medicaid expansion, saying Wisconsin has lost out on $700 million in federal funding from the decision.

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Ahead of an Assembly committee vote advancing the $3 billion Foxconn incentives package, State Sen. Roger Roth said the Senate is intentionally going slower than the Assembly.

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Members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation have all denounced the violent clash in Charlottesville, Virginia where a vehicle drove into a crowd protesting white nationalists, killing one woman and injuring others.

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With a vote of 8 to 5, a state Assembly committee approved Wisconsin’s $3 billion tax incentives package for tech manufacturer Foxconn. Republicans on the jobs committee lauded the deal, calling it "transformational."

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Gov. Scott Walker says he worked with Assembly leaders on amending the Foxconn incentives package before changes were introduced Friday.

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The amendments include a proposal to provide the state Department of Workforce Development $20 million for worker training programs.

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Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Secretary Ben Brancel shares his thoughts on how the Ag industry has changed and what challenges lie ahead for farmers.

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