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The Wisconsin Legislature's top Republicans say that now is not the time to question the emergency powers Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is using to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, saying those debates can wait for another day.
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Wisconsin law restricts the activities of physician assistants more than some other states, making them less practical to hire for certain jobs. Physician assistants are now asking for that to change.
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The city of Green Bay and its clerk have filed a federal lawsuit arguing they can't safely and effectively administer Wisconsin's April 7 election as scheduled.
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, state officials are working on ways to shore up the state’s health care workforce.
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Protecting patient privacy and preventing complacency are both important when it comes to slowing the spread of coronavirus in Wisconsin. That's why you may not be able to find out many details on the confirmed cases in your area.
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Here are the latest updates about COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare many of the ways in which poor internet service can make rural residents less productive and more isolated than their urban counterparts.
For people in Wisconsin who are interested in better understanding the pandemic, how it spreads and the ways they can protect themselves and their families, here are explanations for common questions and additional information about COVID-19 resources.
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Wisconsin has issued a "stay-at-home" order to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. But what does that mean? What can and can't people do under the new rules? Here are some answers to common questions.
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Gov. Tony Evers has directed state health officials to issue a stay-at-home order for Wisconsin prohibiting non-essential travel, with some exceptions, amid the continued spread of COVID-19.