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Here's a roundup of what Wisconsin's congressional delegation has said on the topics of protest and police reform on the 14th consecutive day of Black Lives Matter demonstrations across the state.
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Gov. Tony Evers remained largely silent during a media briefing on issues surrounding the recording members of his staff made of a conversation with Republican leaders without their knowledge.
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Not long after Mang Xiong returned to work from a twelve-week maternity leave, the COVID-19 pandemic sent her right back home to work with a newborn baby in the next room.
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There have been 21,926 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of June 11, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 333 cases from the day before.
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The partisan divide between legislative Republicans and Gov. Tony Evers grew deeper as GOP leadership criticized the governor for recording a meeting without their knowledge.
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A rural school in north-central Wisconsin that had been targeted to close by the Merrill Area Public School district can stay open through at least June 2022, a judge has ruled.
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More than 440,000 people in Wisconsin lost their jobs in April. With no money coming in, many found themselves visiting food pantries for the first time.
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A plan to send absentee ballot applications to 2.7 million Wisconsin voters has yet to clear a final procedural hurdle. The Wisconsin Elections Commission was scheduled to vote on the final wording of the mailing, but it delayed that vote until June 17.
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A top Republican accused Democratic Gov. Tony Evers of "Nixonesque" tactics after it was revealed that the governor's staff secretly recorded a private phone call between Evers and GOP leaders.
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Wisconsin Elections Commission staff proposed a draft of a mailer containing an absentee ballot request form that the group plans to send to 2.7 million registered voters for the fall 2020 election.