Walker Says He Sees Gaps In Potential 2016 GOP Field Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he sees gaps in the potential field of Republican presidential candidates in 2016. Judge Rejects Farm Groups’ Lawsuit To Keep EPA Data Private A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by two major farm groups that sought to block the release of data on large livestock farms in Minnesota and Iowa.
DFL Senator Clears One Conflict Hurdle In New Job Dayton Lifts Education In $42 Billion Budget But Test Awaits Dayton Signs $17M Flood, Disaster Relief Bill GOP Lawmakers: Dayton’s $42B Budget Too Big Spielberg Warns Of Growing Anti-Semitism At Holocaust Event Dayton’s Proposal Includes $10 Million To Replace Planes Advocates Seek Gray Wolf Status Change To Pre-Empt Congress Wisconsin Gov. Walker Forms Group To Boost Possible 2016 Bid Dayton Calls For Rail Tax Changes, Fees To Fund Upgrades Dayton Budget Funds Early Learning, Broadband, Tax Relief
Officials: Minn. Businesses Lead The Nation In Preventing Pollution State officials say a new report shows that Minnesota businesses lead the nation in reducing or eliminating dangerous pollutants from their work processes. 1 Injured After Car Crashes Into School Bus In Wis. One person was injured after a car crashed into a school bus carrying 45 students in northwestern Wisconsin Tuesday afternoon. According to the accident report, the crash occurred around 3:50 p.m. Tuesday on State Highway 13 just south of Redinger...
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