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MADISON (WKOW) -- Earlier this week, Scott Walker declined an opportunity to confirm that he would serve all four years of a second term as Governor. Rep. Chris Taylor (D-Madison) says that should absolutely be a campaign issue for Democrats.
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Budget wrap-up featured on Capitol City Sunday

Greg Neumann welcomes a Democratic and Republican lawmaker to Capitol City Sunday for a post-budget chat. More>>

Sen. Ron Johnson says Obamacare is bigger threat to freedom than PRISM

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) defends the National Security Agency's secret collection of data on U.S. citizens, saying it is less of a threat to our freedoms than Obamacare. More>>

School voucher debate heats up on Capitol City Sunday

The state budget passed by the Legislature's Joint Finance Committee on Wednesday includes a provision which expands school choice to the entire state of Wisconsin.
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New abortion legislation is the focus of Capitol City Sunday

A number of abortion bills will soon be making their way through the state legislature.  That's the focus of this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Sen. Grothman blasts Rent-To-Own provision of budget on Capitol City Sunday

The Legislature's Joint Finance Committee will vote next week on a plan to loosen the regulations on rent-to-own businesses.   That is the focus of Capitol City Sunday this weekend.
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WEDC Board members featured on Capitol City Sunday

The problems at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation are front and center on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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UW System President Kevin Reilly on Capitol City Sunday

It was a rough week for UW System President Kevin Reilly, after state lawmakers chewed him out for raising tuition while putting hundreds of millions of dollars in reserve.
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Controversial legislation discussed on Capitol City Sunday

Two controversial pieces of legislation are up for discussion on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Congressman Mark Pocan on Capitol City Sunday

Congressman Mark Pocan is the featured guest on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Fallone, Evers are guests on Capitol City Sunday

The spring general election is just over a week away in Wisconsin and candidates for the two biggest races are guests on Capitol City Sunday this week.  
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School voucher debate on Capitol City Sunday

A member of the Madison Board of Education debates the head of a private school lobbying group on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Authors of book about 2011 protests featured on Capitol City Sunday

MADISON (WKOW) -- Two years ago at this time, Gov. Scott Walker was witnessing the early stages of a mass protest at the State Capitol.
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Supreme Court race, wind turbine health impacts featured on Capitol City Sunday

MADISON (WKOW) -- Justice Pat Roggensack is the featured guest on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Mining bill discussed on Capitol City Sunday

Jobs and mining are at the top of next year's legislative agenda and they're also the featured topics on Capitol City Sunday this weekend.          
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Political moderates take center stage on Capitol City Sunday

The turmoil of being a political moderate in today's divisive political climate is the topic of this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. 
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Insurance exchanges, new legislator featured on Capitol City Sunday

Governor Scott Walker's decision to let the federal government run Wisconsin's health insurances exchanges will be the featured topic on Capitol City Sunday this weekend. More>>

Tammy Baldwin featured on Capitol City Sunday

MADISON (WKOW) -- U.S. Senator-elect Tammy Baldwin shares her thoughts on a variety of subjects on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Pocan and Lee discuss controversial race on Capitol City Sunday

The suddenly controversial race for Wisconsin's vacant 2nd District Congressional seat is the focus of Capitol City Sunday this weekend.
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WEDC troubles featured on Capitol City Sunday

Even before the recent series of financial missteps at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, lawmakers were calling for more oversight of the agency by the state legislature.
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Wisconsin Democratic Chair on Capitol City Sunday

The Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin says there's no question Joe Biden won Thursday night's Vice-Presidential debate.
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Capitol City Sunday preview

Two men hoping to win political office for the first time are the featured guests on Capitol City Sunday, but they have different ideas on how to get Wisconsin and the nation working again. More>>

Reince Priebus on Capitol City Sunday

President Obama is now leading the polls in Wisconsin by an average of eight points over Mitt Romney, but its clear Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus isn't giving up. More>>

Surging Democrats discussed on Capitol City Sunday

The recent surge in the polls by Democrats here in Wisconsin is the featured topic on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Capitol Police Chief Erwin on Capitol City Sunday

Capitol Police Chief David Erwin says his only motivation for arresting and citing protesters is fairness to the other groups that acquire permits for their events.
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Capitol City Sunday Preview

We have a look back at the political conventions and a closer look at one of Wisconsin's prettiest seasons this Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Capitol City Sunday preview

In the modern age of social media, reaction to and dialogue about this year's political conventions come almost instantly. That's one of our topics in this week's Capitol City Sunday. More>>

RNC takes center stage on Capitol City Sunday

The Republican National Convention takes center stage on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Parisi and Lee on Capitol City Sunday

Paul Ryan's plans for America are a subject of debate on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Feingold and Cullen on Capitol City Sunday

Former U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wisconsin) is the featured guest on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Congressional race featured on Capitol City Sunday

Two of the four Democrats vying to replace Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin's 2nd Congressional District are featured on Capitol City Sunday this weekend. More>>

Climate and congressional race featured on Capitol City Sunday

The Director of UW-Madison's Global Health Institute says severe weather extremes are only going to become more common in the coming years and Wisconsin has to prepare for it. More>>

UW "God Particle" Researcher on Capitol City Sunday

It's been called one of the biggest scientific discoveries of the last century and one of the men responsible for it does his teaching and research at UW-Madison. More>>

SCOTUS rulings debated on Capitol City Sunday

Two historic U.S. Supreme Court rulings dominate the discussion on Capitol City Sunday this weekend. More>>

GOP Senate candidate Mark Neumann on Capitol City Sunday

Former Congressman Mark Neumann is hoping the third time is the charm in a campaign for statewide office. Neumann ran unsuccessfully for U.S. Senate in 1998 and for Governor in 2010. More>>

Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald on Capitol City Sunday this weekend

Assembly Speaker and U.S. Senate Candidate Jeff Fitzgerald is the featured guest on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Final recall election preview on Capitol City Sunday

The verbal sparring between Walker and Barrett in their second debate is the main topic of this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Fitzgerald and Compas debate on Capitol City Sunday

The incumbent in District 13, Republican Sen. Scott Fitzgerald, finds himself having to win an election against an energized political newcomer, in Democrat Lori Compas. The two debate on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Eric Hovde on Capitol City Sunday

U.S. Senate Candidate Eric Hovde (R) believes it is time for citizen legislators to take back America. The Madison millionaire is the featured guest on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Same-Sex Marriage debate on Capitol City Sunday

A liberal lawmaker and the head of the Madison Catholic Diocese discuss President Obama's support of gay marriage on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Tommy Thompson on Capitol City Sunday this weekend

Wisconsin's longest-serving Governor and current Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson is the featured guest on this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Tom Barrett will be on Capitol City Sunday

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett isn't holding back in his third campaign for governor. More>>

Capitol City Sunday features Wisconsin Deer Trustee

Wisconsin's new Deer Trustee, Dr. James Kroll and The State Assembly Minority Leader, Rep. Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) are this weekend's guests for Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Capitol City Sunday: Recall rules and financing

Kevin Kennedy, the Director of the Government Accountability Board will join Capitol Bureau Chief Greg Neumann to talk about the recall elections on this week's edition of Capitol City Sunday. More>>

Capitol City Sunday features Republican/Democrat debate

The battle for Wisconsin, both on a state and national level, is the topic of this weekend's edition of Capitol City Sunday.
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Capitol City Sunday premieres April 1st at 9:00 a.m.

"Capitol City Sunday," hosted by Capitol Bureau Chief Greg Neumann, will feature interviews with local and state politicians, journalists and others talking about the important issues of the day in Wisconsin. More>>

Tommy Thompson on Capitol City Sunday this weekend

Heading into the final weekend before next Tuesday's primary election, its anybody's guess as to who will win the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. More>>

Rep. Baldwin on Capitol City Sunday

Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin will be our first guest in this weekend's edition of 'Capitol City Sunday.' More>>

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