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Senate amends broadband bill to add privacy protections

The Senate unanimously signed off on legislation that would alter the criteria for broadband expansion grants and make $18.5 million more available after amending...
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Shilling spox: Senate Dems will object to final vote for high-capacity well bill

Senate Dems today will object to a final vote on the high-capacity well bill, a procedural move that would delay Senate action on the...
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Senate, Assembly in session today

The Senate will take up the high-capacity wells bill when it hits the floor this morning, as well as SB 49, which would alter...
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GOP lawmakers propose ‘Right to Carry’ concealed weapons

GOP Sen. Dave Craig and Rep. Mary Felzkowski are proposing legislation that would allow Wisconsin residents to carry a concealed weapon without first obtaining...
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Bill affecting concealed carry license renewal passes Assembly 92-7

The Assembly passed a bill that would change the expiration dates on concealed carry licenses that are renewed on a 92-7 vote, sending the bill...
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Project labor agreements bill passes Assembly, heads to Walker’s desk

A bill that would ban local governments from requiring that companies bidding on public projects enter into project labor agreements is heading to Gov. Scott Walker's...
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Assembly passes amendment to eliminate state treasurer’s office

The Assembly today voted 68-31 on a constitutional amendment that would eliminate the state treasurer’s office, putting the question before voters in an April 2018...
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Assembly in session today

The Assembly is in session today to vote on an amendment nixing the state treasurer's office. Members also will vote on legislation to ban local governments...
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Assembly passes ‘right to try’ bill to help terminally ill patients

The state Assembly today voted 85-13 to approve a “right to try” bill that would let terminally ill patients get treatments that have yet to...
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Assembly passes CBD oil bill 98-0

The state Assembly today unanimously passed a CBD oil bill that lawmakers said would provide relief to families who use the marijuana extract to...
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Assembly rejects Dem amendment on medical marijuana

The state Assembly shot down a Dem amendment to a CBD oil bill that would’ve set up a process for letting people obtain medical marijuana. The...
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Senate approves requiring juvenile correctional officers to report suspected child abuse

The state Senate voted today to add juvenile correctional officers to the list of professionals who must report suspected child abuse even as Dems...
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Senate votes to eliminate treasurer’s office

The state Senate again voted today to eliminate the office of the state treasurer, putting the constitutional amendment one step away from going to...
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Assembly, Senate in session today

Both houses of the Legislature will be on the floor today, and the Assembly will take up "right to try" legislation that would allow...
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Assembly backs bill to help Plymouth-based cheese manufacturer expand

The Assembly today unanimously passed a bill to help Plymouth-based Masters Gallery Foods Inc. build a $30 million packaging and distribution facility in the...
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