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The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that Americans no longer hold the constitutional right to abortion. The 6-3 ruling overturns Roe v. Wade and allows states to ban the procedure. What does that mean for Wisconsin? The answer is complicated.
The Ho-Chunk Nation has a bright economic future, ripe with prospects to diversify its economy beyond gaming. That’s if the tribal government more clearly communicates with citizens and opens space for entrepreneurs and private companies to invest in tribal communities, Ho-Chunk officials and citizens said during a Wisconsin Watch event held on May 12.
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Sen. Kathleen Bernier says ongoing partisan efforts to sow doubts about the 2020 election could damage the Republican Party and democracy.
Archeologists have unearthed human remains of Native Americans during excavations of the site along Lake Michigan where Kohler Co. wants to build an 18-hole golf course. The rapidly eroding Lake Michigan shoreline is also raising questions about the future of project.
In Milwaukee, Black residents accounted for about two-thirds of curfew citations. Kenosha and Wauwatosa defend curfew arrests in federal court.
The outcome of a nearly decade-long dispute in Kewaunee County could shape regulatory power across state government.
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A 17-year-old answering a call to arms to protect property faces murder charges after allegedly shooting two men to death during a protest over a police shooting
During the 1918 flu epidemic, Wisconsin limited deaths with statewide stay-at-home measures, though some cities reopened early — with deadly results. Will history repeat with the coronavirus pandemic?
For possibly thousands of Wisconsin voters who requested absentee ballots that never came, a U.S. Supreme Court decision meant voting in person — or not at all.