Republicans eye pre-existing conditions bill for lame duck

Republican lawmakers are considering passing a bill guaranteeing health insurance for people with pre-existing conditions as part of a lame-duck legislative ses
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Send-off ceremony set for deploying Wisconsin Guard unit

Family and friends will send off nearly 400 Wisconsin Army National Guard soldiers deploying to Afghanistan this winter.
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Senate GOP leader says Kimberly-Clark has 10, 11 votes

The Republican leader of the Wisconsin Senate says six or seven more votes are needed to approve a tax incentive package designed to stop consumer products comp
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GOP Senate leader: Nothing ruled out for lame duck session

Wisconsin Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says nothing has been ruled out for consideration during a lame duck legislative session next month
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Still not enough votes for Kimberly-Clark tax break bill

Supporters of a $100 million incentive bill designed to keep open a Kimberly-Clark Corp. plant in northeastern Wisconsin and save nearly 400 jobs made face bipa
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The Latest: GOP senator raises Kimberly-Clark concerns

Another Republican state senator is raising concerns with a $100 million tax break bill for paper products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp.
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Kimberly-Clark tax break bill faces bipartisan opposition

Supporters of a $100 million incentive bill designed to keep open a Kimberly-Clark Corp. plant in northeastern Wisconsin and save nearly 400 jobs made face bipa
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The Latest: Kimberly-Clark says it may invest $500 million

A Kimberly-Clark Corp. vice president is telling Wisconsin lawmakers that if a $100 million tax break bill passes, the paper products giant would hire more than
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The Latest: Senator: Still don't have Kimberly-Clark votes

A state senator says there's still not enough support to pass a $100 million incentive bill designed to keep Kimberly-Clark Corp. from closing a northeast Wisco
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Kimberly-Clark tax break bill to get hearing, vote uncertain

A $100 million tax break bill designed to keep paper products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp. from closing an Appleton-area plant will get a public hearing in the Le
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Walker makes last-minute, new health insurance promise

Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday for the first time that he wants to enact the "exact same language" that's in federal law at the state level guaranteeing insura
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Walker promises 'exact same' health insurance guarantee

Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday for the first time that he wants to enact the "exact same language" that's in federal law at the state level guaranteeing insura
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Candidates blanket Wisconsin in final push to Tuesday

Candidates for governor and U.S. Senate are blanketing Wisconsin as part of a final push to Tuesday's election
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Walker claims Evers wants 'special treatment for illegals'

Gov. Scott Walker is bringing immigration to the front of Wisconsin's governor's race, saying in a new campaign ad that challenger Tony Evers wants "special tre
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New ad accuses Schimel of being soft on child molesters

An organization backed by the Democratic Attorneys General Association is releasing a new television ad accusing Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel of bei
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Wisconsin students organize mental health festival

Three Wisconsin students organized a mental health festival at their school to erase mental health stigma
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Wisconsin gets $11M in federal funds for bus improvements

Wisconsin is getting $11.3 million in federal funding to improve public transportation
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400 from Appleton guard unit deploying to Afghanistan

Nearly 400 National Guard soldiers from an Appleton-based unit are being deployed to Afghanistan
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Pamperin Park LARPers 'really are a bunch of misfits'

Saturdays at Pamperin Park are transformed into something different, with people in colorful garb wielding homemade, padded swords and shields and casting spell
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Schimel's first ad features sheriff investigated by FBI

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is touting his support from local law enforcement officials in his first television ad, including a sheriff who allegedl
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AG launches first ad, features sheriff under FBI probe

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is playing up support from local sheirffs in his first television ad, spotlighting an endorsement from a sheriff who cam
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Wisconsin school district bans classroom treats

A Wisconsin school district's decision to ban shared snacks in the classroom has received mixed responses from parents and students
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'Making a Murderer' convict can't add CD to evidence

A judge says a convict featured in the "Making a Murderer" Netflix series can't supplement his appellate record with a CD his attorneys say contains exculpatory
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Wisconsin home to wacky Guinness World Records

The nearly 50 still-standing Guinness World Records in Wisconsin have included some unusual accomplishments from gravy chugging to fire-eating
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