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Pipeline protest bill has evolved from state to state How GOP...

Bills like the one pending in Wisconsin have passed several states in various forms.

Midwest racial gaps grow New study maps how and why life...

Industrial expansion and unionization helped improve the lives of many black families even in the face of segregation. When industry declined and unions shrank, their fortunes reversed.

Neighbors and activists call for transparency with proposed slaughterhouse One alderman...

Activists and community members filled the Common Council chambers at Milwaukee’s City Hall Tuesday morning, voicing discontent at a proposed slaughterhouse in a predominantly...

Pence Wisconsin visit rescheduled for next week

The on-again, off-again trip to Wisconsin by Vice President Mike Pence to promote the Trump Administration's revised trade agreement with Canada and Mexico is...

Wisconsin’s ‘quantum leap’ into hemp Production here is skyrocketing, but hemp...

Wisconsin is high on hemp. No, not in that way.  While it looks like marijuana and smells like marijuana, hemp does not have enough tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)...

Two weeks later, Perdue controversy continues

Two weeks after U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue visited Wisconsin and made comments about small, family farms and their chance of survival at the...

NAFTA 2.0: ‘The benefits are unclear’ Manufacturer reacts to the latest...

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Wisconsin later this week to promote the Trump administration’s triumphant view of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, but...

Wisconsin Farm Bureau president: Reporters misquoted Sonny Perdue

The president of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau accused Wisconsin reporters of misleading the public by not accurately quoting U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue...

Hemp: “Wisconsin’s comeback crop”

Cannabis remains a contentious topic in Wisconsin, be it for medicinal use or full legalization. But Wisconsin’s 2017 Act 100 and the federal 2018...

Elder poverty rising in Wisconsin

The median retirement account balance of working-age Americans is $0. And elder poverty is on the rise in Wisconsin with longer retirements, rising healthcare...
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