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Gov. Scott Walker says he's talking with other Republican governors about how to improve the federal health care law introduced in Congress last week.

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Republican efforts to do away with the Affordable Care Act got more complicated Monday after a new analysis by a nonpartisan government agency estimated tens of millions of Americans would lose health insurance over the next decade under the latest House GOP replacement plan. The proposal, which...

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As requested, John Vaudreuil has resigned as U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin after 37 years of working with the office.

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The Wisconsin Elections Commission believes "a number of factors" led to the 70 incidents of 17-year-olds voting illegally in the 2016 primary.

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Opponents to the bill say it would make it harder to conduct research on things like cancer and infectious diseases.

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President Donald Trump has said prescription drugs should be affordable for all Americans.

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Kind said he wants to give his "undivided attention" to Congress.

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The state Assembly passed two high-profile bills on Thursday.

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Cass Sunstein's new book argues that our social media feeds on Facebook and Twitter are wrapping Americans in a information cocoon that is making it increasingly difficult to find political compromise.

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Cass Sunstein's new book argues our feeds on Facebook and Twitter are wrapping Americans in a information cocoon that is making it increasingly difficult to find political compromise.

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Since taking office, President Donald Trump has signed dozens of executive orders. And while some say Trump is using this presidential power at an unprecedented rate, one scholar said historical figures don’t necessarily back up that claim.

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A new study analyzing a recent eight-year span of American elections has found that voter ID laws suppress minority turnout at the polls and benefit the Republican Party.

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Gov. Scott Walker said fewer manufacturing jobs might not be such a bad thing for Wisconsin, as long as wages are increasing.

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The state Assembly will vote on a handful of bills Thursday.

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The state Legislature's top Republicans have suggested they're open to funding Wisconsin’s roads with money that would normally pay for expenses such as schools, prisons and health care. Such a move would continue a trend during Gov. Scott Walker’s administration where the state has used more and more general fund dollars to pay for transportation.

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Wisconsin lost more than 4,000 manufacturing jobs in the 12 months leading up to last September, marking the worst such period for the state since the end of the Great Recession.

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Business owners in La Crosse are saying no to the county government's plan for new road funding. The county board introduced the idea of a premier area resort tax (PRAT) in January as a new source of funding for roads.

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Plans for a $75 million state crime lab for the Milwaukee area will be discussed Wednesday afternoon by the State Building Commission.

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The Wisconsin Assembly voted 85-13 in favor of the so-called "right to try" bill. The legislation would allow certain patients to be prescribed drugs that have yet to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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The Wisconsin Legislature has passed a bill long sought by parents of children who suffer from seizures. The bill now heads to Gov. Scott Walker for his signature.

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