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Walker to launch re-election campaign Nov. 5 in Waukesha

 Gov. Scott Walker plans to launch his campaign for a third term on Nov. 5 at a manufacturing facility in Waukesha.    


UW-Eau Claire expert weighs in on the Affordable Care Act's future Video included

Last week, President Trump announced plans to end the ACA's cost-sharing reduction payments, which limit the total low-income Americans in the private insurance market have to pay on their premiums.


Gov. Walker announces run for third term

Walker made announcement in video post Wednesday morning


Sens. Baldwin, McCain band together to take on drug costs Video included

 A high profile Wisconsin Democrat and high-ranking Republican are banding together to take on the soaring prices of prescribed medication.


No official campaign announcement from Gov. Walker, but we have a logo

Governor Walker is dropping another big hint he plans to run for a third term.


GOP lawmakers make case for industrial hemp Video included

Two Republican lawmakers are making the case for their bill legalizing industrial hemp in Wisconsin.


Former party chairman becomes 8th Democrat to challenge Walker Video included


Former Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairman Matt Flynn is launching his candidacy for governor.


Trump's immigration demands threaten DACA deal


Trump links hard-line immigration priorities, including border wall and overhauling green-card system, to support for helping young immigrants in the US illegally. More>>

Gov. Walker reacts to body cam video bill, bump stock debate Video included

Governor Walker made a visit to Eau Claire on Friday to celebrate Manufacturing Day and Manufacturing Week at CVTC. 


Judge clarifies home baked goods ruling, state reviews

Judge Duane Jorgensen this week clarified his May 31 ruling, saying it applies to all home bakers who want to sell their products directly to consumers.


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