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Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Green Bay, said President Donald Trump's decision to launch airstrikes in Syria was "difficult, but the right one."

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GOP lawmakers said they'll build their own transportation budget and set Gov. Scott Walker's aside, a setback for Walker and yet another sign of the divisions between top Republicans when it comes to road funding.

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The bill from Rep. David Steffen, R-Green Bay, would classify crimes against police as hate crimes.

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Milwaukee county residents overwhelmingly rejected the idea of paying an increased vehicle registration fee during Tuesday night’s election. More than 70 percent of voters said no to paying an additional $60 wheel tax in Milwaukee county.

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Sponsors say the measure would prevent "unnecessary" recounts.

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Gov. Scott Walker and U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson disagree with U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's stance on the confirmation of President Trump's pick for the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Gov. Scott Walker and U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson disagree with U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's stance on the confirmation of President Trump's pick for the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Douglas County Board Vice Chair Jim Paine will lead Superior as the city’s next mayor. Paine was elected with 58 percent of the vote in unofficial election results on Tuesday. Despite the defeat, Superior City Councilor Brent Fennessey said he may run again in two years.

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A Milwaukee County woman has become the first female Hmong-American to be elected judge in the U.S. Kashoua "Kristy" Yang easily defeated Fox Point municipal Judge Scott Wales in a contest to replace a retiring Milwaukee County circuit judge. Yang has practiced family law and worked on Social...

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Annette Ziegler – who was unopposed on Tuesday’s ballot – will serve another 10-year term on the court.

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Tony Evers will serve a third term for state superintendent and lead the Department of Public Instruction. The incumbent defeated opponent Lowell Holtz in the only statewide race on the ballot during Tuesday’s spring election.

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Tony Evers will serve a third term for state superintendent and lead the Department of Public Instruction. The incumbent defeated opponent Lowell Holtz in the only statewide race on the ballot during Tuesday’s spring election.

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GOP state senators have passed a bill that would let farmers and businesses repair, replace or sell high capacity wells without getting new permits from the state.

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GOP lawmakers say they’ve reached an agreement on a bill that would let farmers and businesses repair, replace or sell high capacity wells without getting new permits from the state.

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The annual State of the Tribes address Tuesday in the state Capitol included a call for continued protections to Native American burial sites across Wisconsin.

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The proposed amendment, known as "Marsy's Law," would include things such as a victim's right to privacy in the Wisconsin Constitution. Many of the proposed rights are already state law, but advocates say they should have the legal weight of being included in the constitution.

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State Superintendent Tony Evers faces challenger Lowell Holtz in the race to head Wisconsin's Department of Public Instruction.

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Dozens of citizens testified on issues including increased spending on K-12 education statewide and a proposed opt-out for student fees on UW System campuses.

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Gov. Scott Walker is urging his Republican colleagues in the state Legislature to use his funding plan for K-12 schools and not consider a zero-increase proposal being floated by some critics.

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Wisconsinites will head to the polls Tuesday as voters make their choices in statewide, regional and local contests. Wisconsin's state superintendent of schools race between incumbent Tony Evers and challenger Lowell Holtz is the only statewide election on the ballot.

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