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12/12/2017 02:54 AM
A bill circulating in Wisconsin Legislature would create a new state-certified Wisconsin beer label.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker has quietly signed a bill that allows Wisconsin farmers to grow industrial hemp.
Republican lawmakers have introduced a bill that would shorten the statute of limitations for bringing civil lawsuits.
Hunters killed slightly fewer deer during this year's nine-day gun season than last year.
Early voters in Wisconsin would vote electronically, rather than by paper ballot, under a bill being considered in the legislature.
Wisconsin tree farmers say they'll have enough Christmas trees to meet demand this year despite evergreen shortages in other parts of the U.S.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that makes it easier for cosmetologists licensed in other states to work in Wisconsin.
Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel says state regulators can't enforce a rule requiring sprinklers in large apartment buildings.
A state panel has called for distributing $40.3 million in grants next year for land purchases and outdoor recreation development projects.