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Senate passes bill package dictating how to spend most fed relief dollars

Senators nearly along party lines have passed an 11-bill package that would allocate federal pandemic relief funds. The bills now go to the desk of...
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Senate sends ban on mandatory COVID vaccines, restrictions on closing houses of worship to governor

The Senate today approved Assembly bills to ban mandatory vaccines for COVID-19 and restrict officials’ ability to limit meetings in houses of worship to...
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Senate approves ban on private money to cover local election costs

The state Senate voted to ban local governments from accepting private money to run elections, allow those monitoring a recount to get a closer...

Supreme Court rules Evers administration didn’t have authority to limit public, indoor gatherings through DHS order

A split state Supreme Court today ruled Gov. Tony Evers’ administration didn’t have the power to limit public gatherings last fall in an effort...

Reggie Jackson: What Daunte Wright’s shooting teaches us about reform efforts

Fear seems to be a convenient excuse in almost every major case where unarmed Blacks are shot and killed by police.

Dan O’Donnell: The truth about police shootings in America

Nearly every single person police officers have shot and killed since The Washington Post started its comprehensive database has been armed, yet the popular misconception persists that law enforcement is killing unarmed black men at a staggering rate.

M.D. Kittle: Evers wants all the money

The Republican-controlled Assembly on Tuesday passed a package of bills directing how the state should spend the $3.2 billion in federal COVID relief funding — bills that Wisconsin’s go-it-alone Democratic governor will probably veto.

Bill aims to expand farm exports

Republicans and ag groups have rolled out legislation aimed at expanding the state's farm exports by at least 25 percent in coming...

Another Wisconsin dairy farm sells cows, but welcomes new farming opportunities

A month ago, the Reisingers of Spring Green said farewell to 60 dairy cows after more than a century of milking on...

As state’s daily cases hit highest mark in nearly 2 months, concerns rise over...

With increased transmission and new variants detected in Wisconsin, the state’s chief medical officer warns of a new surge of COVID-19.

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Affordable Care Act universal healthcare special enrollment period

Today's Midday podcast covers a new special enrollment signup period for the marketplace to celebrate the 11th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Anyone...

Wisconsin Supreme Court weighs state power to protect water from farm pollutants

The case involving Kinnard Farms, a Kewaunee County mega-dairy farm with about 8,200 cows, has become a regulatory battleground, drawing a litany of environmental...

MON PM Update: State GOP has recovered more than $943K of $2.3 million stolen...

Exclusively for WisPolitics Subscribers From WisPolitics.com ... -- The state GOP has recovered about 40 percent of the $2.3 million that hackers stole in...

Increased transmission, new variants push chief medical officer to warn of new COVID-19 surge

Today's Midday podcast covers Wisconsin's report showing 1,046 cases today, the most cases in a single day since Feb. 11. This brings the seven-day...

Increased transmission, new variants push chief medical officer to warn of new COVID-19 surge

Today's Midday podcast covers Wisconsin's report showing 1,046 cases today, the most cases in a single day since Feb. 11. This brings the seven-day...

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