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California-based health insurer Molina Healthcare is pulling out of Healthcare.gov in Wisconsin. Molina announced Wednesday it will not be selling policies under the Affordable Care Act marketplaces in Wisconsin and Utah.

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Wisconsin Democratic Congressman Mark Pocan is urging state lawmakers to take a close look at the tax incentive package aimed at luring Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn to the state.

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Supporters of a proposal that would relax restrictions on craft brewers and wineries in Wisconsin say it would boost tourism. The Wisconsin Tavern League says it upsets a longstanding system in which manufacturers, distributors and retailers are kept separate, and could potentially put small...

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Assembly Republican leaders announced an aggressive two-week timeline to pass the $3 billion tax incentive plan for the project but Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, said his caucus still has a lot of unanswered questions.

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A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday the gray wolf should remain an endangered species in the western Great Lakes states, as well as parts of other Midwestern states. The ruling backs a 2014 federal judge’s decision to keep the wolf protected.

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Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is calling for public hearings on a $3 billion incentive package aimed at luring tech-giant Foxconn to southeast Wisconsin.

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Business leaders in Superior have proposed a development plan to make more than $100 million in improvements to Superior’s downtown. The Better City Superior project would join Milwaukee in its creation of a special tax district. However, the project hinges on approval from state lawmakers.

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As Republicans in Congress recover from last week’s failed health care vote, Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind said the time is right for a bipartisan plan to fix the Affordable Care Act.

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China-based electronics company Foxconn is one step closer to building a facility in Wisconsin, after signing a memorandum of understanding with Gov. Scott Walker. The first phase of the $10 billion factory, which will produce LCD screens, is expected to be operational by 2020. If Foxconn can create 13,000 jobs over the next 15 years, it will receive $3 billion in tax credits from the state.

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What happens or doesn’t happen in Washington affects health care in Wisconsin, and Friday’s failed U.S. Senate vote to replace the Affordable Care Act hasn’t changed concern in the Badger State about Medicaid.

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has called the Legislature into special session to consider passing a $3 billion incentive package to lure electronics manufacturer Foxconn to the state.

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President Donald Trump announced Friday he had named U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly as his new chief of staff, displacing Wisconsin's Reince Priebus.

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An expert on the Chinese economy said the decision by Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn to build a Wisconsin manufacturing plant could start a technology corridor in the state, but he's skeptical of claims the plant will create 13,000 jobs.

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An expert on the Chinese economy said the decision by Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn to build a Wisconsin manufacturing plant could start a technology corridor in the state, but he's skeptical of claims the plant will create 13,000 jobs.

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A state lawmaker who supports legalizing marijuana says it could reduce opioid abuse. Meanwhile, an addiction doctor says marijuana isn’t as effective as other drugs at treating pain, and furthermore, it's addictive.

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U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said her branch of the military will work with the U.S. Defense Department and White House to understand and clarify President Donald Trump's decision to not allow transgender people serve.

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says critics of the state's proposed $3 billion deal to land a $10 billion Foxconn manufacturing plant should rest easy.

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says critics of the state's proposed $3 billion deal to land a $10 billion Foxconn manufacturing plant should rest easy.

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Wisconsin offered $3 billion to Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn, but a mix of money, politics and personal appeals could have played a role in luring the company.

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