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Senate unanimously approves bill to help Oostburg project

The Senate voted unanimously today for a bill that would help Plymouth-based Masters Gallery Foods Inc. build a $30 million packaging and distribution facility...
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Senate signs off on session rules

The Senate voted 21-12 today to approve a new package of rules to govern the 2017-18 session. The changes includes eliminating a requirement that a...
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Walker’s campaign starts online petition, digital ad in fight over transportation funding

Gov. Scott Walker's state campaign is releasing a digital ad and online petition today as he ups the ante in the fight over revenue...
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Key senators reach deal on CBD oil legislation

wo key senators in last session's debate over CBD oil have reached a deal in principle, their offices said. The legislation would shield from local...
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Walker requests special session on opioid abuse

Gov. Scott Walker today requested a special session of the Legislature to pass several bills addressing opioid abuse, calling the issue a “public health...

Barca: Raises concerns regarding ‘out of nowhere’ legislation from Republicans this session

Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca voiced concerns that Republicans would push through surprise legislation this session, a worry he said grows out of GOP-backed...
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Vos, Barca call for bipartisanship as Vos lays out priorities for new session

Touting bipartisanship, Speaker Robin Vos said he's looking to build on gains from the last session as he laid out his priorities for the...
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Fitzgerald calls for Legislature to build on last session, Shilling wants new approach

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, today called for the Legislature to continue on the course it followed last session, calling Republican gains at...
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Vos, Steineke: Assembly not expected on floor until February, members will drive agenda

The Assembly is not expected to hit the floor to take up legislation until February, and the top two chamber Republicans said today they...
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