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Wisconsin environmental regulators say they're still moving forward on work to address so-called forever chemicals, known as PFAS, during the coronavirus pandemic, though some activities are being postponed.
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The new coronavirus pandemic has caused commodity prices to fall in recent weeks and disrupted business at farm lending agencies.
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Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order postponing Wisconsin's spring primary election, but the Wisconsin Supreme Court blocked that order shortly afterward.
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Dr. Alison Craig devised a desktop droplet barrier to help protect the staff she oversees at Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin. With the assistance of the maker community, her design is now in production.
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Wisconsin schools are closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. But an after-school center in Neenah is still welcoming middle and high school students virtually. Here's how the video game Minecraft is helping a Fox Valley group stay connected.
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A Stevens Point-based nonprofit has nearly two dozen 3D printers creating personal protective equipment for central Wisconsin hospitals. They're also sharing the locally produced designs worldwide.
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UW Health, Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin are working to find plasma donors who have recovered from COVID-19 in order to treat those hospitalized with the disease.
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Citing an uptick in COVID-19 cases and a consolidation of polling places that could endanger public health, Gov. Tony Evers called on state lawmakers to delay the April 7 election — a request that was dismissed by GOP legislative leaders.
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The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is requesting thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment from the State Emergency Operations Center as part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Since the passage of a $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation have shared their thoughts, introduced related legislation and discussed the possibility of Congress passing a fourth coronavirus package.