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With higher prices, more spending may not mean more gifts this year, experts say.
"It's a holy-bleep hire and fits a bold plan that carries a great deal of risk but also a potentially large reward," writes Jim Polzin
As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.
More than 1,400 people died over opioid overdoses in the state last year, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

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Vos also floated the idea of a compromise to clarify the state's abortion ban but was short on details
Survey was initially planned to go to students in May but was delayed after a UW-Whitewater chancellor resigned in protest.
Leisure travel leads recovery, while business trips lag.
The AP called the race after Johnson claimed his win earlier in the morning and other national media outlets such as NBC News, CBS News, and CNN projected Johnson would win.
Evers victory would keep Republicans from capturing single-party control of state government.
A study by the Center on Budget and Policy found that nearly 56 percent of Wisconsin's ARPA funds were spent to promote the economy, which equates to about $1.1 billion. The next closest state allocated 38 percent for economic development.

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Some Wisconsin child care centers have been forced to turn away families, reduce capacity or close completely.
If Republicans flip five seats in the Assembly, and one seat in the Senate, they'd be able to override vetoes, no matter who is governor.
As reported by Douglas County Circuit Court.

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