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Wisconsin insurers that participate in Healthcare.gov are requesting double-digit premium increases for individuals next year, citing a population that’s less healthy than expected and a marketplace that isn’t profitable.

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For more than two centuries, governments in this country have paid newspapers to publish public notices about the actions of government.

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U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, without comment, has removed video of her interrogating President Donald Trump nominee Tom Price during a Senate committee confirmation hearing earlier this month after Wisconsin Watchdog reported that Baldwin appears to have violated Senate ethics rules.

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Wisconsin school districts spent more than $325,000 in advance of Election Day to advertise and promote increased spending or borrowing referendums, according to information obtained in a Wisconsin Watchdog open records request.

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On Sunday, Aug. 14, after a night of unrest prompted by the fatal police shooting of a black man, Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said his review of body camera video of the incident proved the officer had acted appropriately.

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The Badger State’s tax burden has declined slightly, according to the newly released Census Bureau figures.

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Over 650,000 words have flowed through this weekly column since I began writing it.

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The election-night coverage of the 2016 vote began with images of the Clinton campaign team gathering in the Javits Center—under the symbolic glass ceiling. Hillary Clinton supporters were enthusiastic, upbeat, and expectant. The polls gave them every reason to expect that America was electi…

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The election is over, but the average citizen still has important decisions to make in the next few weeks.

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An industry-friendly Dept. of Natural Resources is facing two major challenges from conservation groups over its alleged lax regulatory efforts on air and water fronts.

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Gov. Scott Walker is planning ahead. He says he won’t seek a fourth term as governor in 2022.

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State Attorney General Brad Schimel has been a stand-up guy when it comes to open government issues in Wisconsin since he took over the Department of Justice in 2015.

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In the final days of the 1982 gubernatorial campaign Democrats began running television ads showing newspaper editorials backing their candidate Tony Earl.

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Conservative media has dramatically changed the political game and it has helped Donald Trump, according to Milwaukee talk-show host Charlie Sykes.

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The leaked release of hundreds of documents has revived interest into the legal and political controversies surrounding the John Doe investigation of Wisconsin’s recall elections.

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You might make more money doing your job in another state.

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Gov. Scott Walker is thinking about his future. He told the Sheboygan Press he’ll announce in February whether he will seek re-election in 2018.

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The Walker administration is scheduled next week to provide details of its transportation funding plans for the 2017-2019 biennial budget.

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Wisconsin is drawing national attention for its gerrymandering of its legislative and congressional districts.

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Are political amateurs better than veteran elected officials?

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Can Wisconsin fight water pollution on the cheap?

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Gov. Scott Walker still harbors the ambition to become president of the United States, and it stirs memories of the late Harold Stassen who ran nine times for the White House.

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Only 38 percent of the 801 persons quizzed in the latest Marquette University Law School poll have a favorable view of Gov. Scott Walker while 58 percent have an unfavorable view.

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Ideas on how to change the way political parties select presidential candidates , triggered by Donald Trump’s success with voters, are floating through the Republican Party as it readies for the national election

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Could the more than a quarter-billion dollars in annual income-tax breaks for manufacturers and agriculture producers, now drawing headline attention, affect Wisconsin politics leading up to the November election?

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House Speaker Paul Ryan has issued a Republican prescription for America’s health finances just in time for GOP election campaigns.

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Water and environmental issues are bubbling up into major political topics as summer arrives in Wisconsin.

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Has Donald Trump’s style of personal criticism spread to Wisconsin?

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Wisconsin prison officers, sergeants and youth counselors will get 80-cent per hour pay increases later this month in an effort to solve short staffing and recruitment problems.