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As Republicans in Congress try to come up with a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, hospitals and insurance companies are asking elected officials to preserve a part of the health care law known as cost-sharing reduction payments. Without them, providers say, there could be fewer health plans and premiums could rise.

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The governor said he doesn't believe a gas tax or vehicle registration fee increase will be included in the next state budget to help pay for state construction projects.

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State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, D-Alma, says she is still considering a bid to challenge likely incumbent Gov. Scott Walker in 2018, and she said Democrats are "more motivated" than she's seen in a long time.

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Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy joined a group of around 30 Donald Trump backers at a rally in the northwestern Wisconsin Village of Turtle Lake Saturday to show support for the president.

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The pilot program would require some voucher recipients to be employed or participate in a training program.

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A bill approved by a state Assembly committee Thursday would authorize the state to seek a federal waiver that would allow it to put requirements in place for some voucher recipients to be employed or participate in a training program.

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Milwaukee County is one of nine so-called "sanctuary" communities across the country that received a letter from the Department of Justice on Friday threatening to withhold, suspend or terminate grant funding.

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Gov. Scott Walker says he's open to compromise on his plans for University of Wisconsin tuition. But he adds only if the Legislature agrees to two more years of frozen tuition in the next budget.

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Milwaukee native Gareth Reynolds is the co-host of The Dollop podcast, which combines comedy with American history.

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The so-called REINS Act would require legislative approval for any agency rule that would cost businesses or taxpayers more than $10 million.

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Conservatives on the Wisconsin Supreme Court have rejected a plan that would have required judges and justices to recuse themselves in cases involving large donors to their individual campaigns.

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As women rise to top positions, conventional wisdom might dictate the frequency with which they're interrupted would go down. But a new study looking at the rates of interruptions in the nation's highest court shows high-achieving women may not be immune to interruptions.

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County conservation officials are calling on lawmakers to restore funding aimed at helping them work with farmers to reduce water pollution.

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During a visit to Wisconsin Tuesday, President Donald Trump ordered the review of the H-1B program. H-1B is a federal visa program that allows employers to hire out of country workers for specialty occupations.

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As President Donald Trump talks about renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement and promises action against Canadian dairy policies affecting Wisconsin, some policy analysts aren’t expecting immediate improvements to dairy exports.

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Republican state lawmakers have reintroduced a proposal to bar the state from providing insurance plans that cover abortion services, with a few exceptions. Currently, state health plans can provide coverage for medically necessary or so-called "therapeutic" abortions.

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More than 500 March for Science marches are planned for this Saturday around the state and around the globe — from Ashland to Kenosha, to Washington, D.C., to Australia.

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On the presidential campaign trail, then-candidate Donald Trump focused on jobs for Americans, often criticizing the immigration patterns and trade agreements he said he believed led to the loss of domestic employment.

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Drones are being used to deliver food in Washington, D.C., California and Arkansas — Wisconsin could be next.

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Northern Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy hosted a town hall on Tuesday in Antigo where he said he believes Republicans have a three- to four-week window to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

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