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Governor Scott Walker and state legislative leaders call for tuition freeze at the University of Wisconsin after hearing the unexpected news.
State Democrats are using the techniques learned during President Barack Obama's successful run for a second term in hopes of retaking Madison in 2014.
Addressing the Racine Tea Party at a forum on health care, Rep. Paul Ryan, State Rep. Robin Vos and State Sen. Leah Vukmir told the crowd in Racine County on Sunday it's time for them to take action if they want to see the Affordable Care Act repealed.
State lawmakers say they want to change the rules to make government more transparent.
Speaker-elect Robin Vos plans to introduce mining law reform as his first order of business when the state Legislature reconvenes later this month.
Despite first authoring a right-to-work bill 20 years ago, Gov. Walker said pursuing the legislation now would be a distraction, but he also wouldn't reject it if a bill came across his desk.
Volunteers in the News
Retired firefighter Bruce Bowen and his nephew are driving a trailer and an SUV stuffed with donations for Hurricane Sandy relief in Toms River, New Jersey.
Folks from far and wide dropped off everything from paper goods to laundry soap to clothing in Sturtevant, and with special help from Wauwatosa and Menomonee Falls donors, Wind Lake man will drive it all to New Jersey to help storm victims.
The state will still have a health insurance exchange, something required under Obamacare, but the federal government will create and run it.
During campaign stop with singer Katy Perry in Milwaukee Saturday that drew an estimated 20,000 people, Obama says: "I am here today because there is more work to do."
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