Government/Politics

Gov. Scott Walker today signed Senate Bill 520, a package of regulatory changes that apply to credit unions statewide.
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Building an overpass is the least expensive way for the city to fix the No. 1 source of complaints in Stevens Point, officials said Monday.
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Gov. Scott Walker officially kicked off his re-election campaign Tuesday at a rural Dane County manufacturing plant, followed by a flurry of rallies around the state and a new TV ad, with a new slogan meant to illustrate the state’s bright future.
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Democratic candidate for governor Mary Burke responded to Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign kickoff by challenging his record as a jobs creator.
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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker officially kicked off his re-election campaign this morning, contrasting his work to turn around the state budget with the $3.6 billion deficit he inherited.
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Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Workforce Health, a provider of wellness programming and health care services for employers, today announced it has been awarded three-year contract to provide wellness services for Milwaukee County employees.
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Fond du Lac Rep. Tom Petri thanked his constituents Monday and commented publicly for the first time on an ethics probe into his affairs just days after announcing he would not seek re-election after 35 years in Congress.
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Gov. Scott Walker is planning a stop in La Crosse today as he officially launches his re-election campaign.
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Gov. Scott Walker today called for an additional two-year freeze on tuition for the University of Wisconsin System.
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Common Ground's Fair Play Assembly, a group of more than 600 congregations, nonprofits, small businesses and schools dedicated to greatness in public spaces, voted yesterday to oppose a new Milwaukee arena unless $150 to $200 million is invested in public Milwaukee County facilities that benefit children.
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