Gov. Tony Evers confirmed plans Friday to ban TikTok on all state-owned devices via executive order following privacy concerns about the video-sharing app.
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Wisconsin students are experiencing a steep decline in reading test scores, and educators are working toward a solution.
With over 95% of total votes counted, Democratic incumbent Doug La Follette continues to hold the lead over Republican challenger Amy Loudenbeck with 48.31% of votes for Wisconsin’s secretary of state race, according to the New York Times.
Sen. Bernie Sanders visited the Orpheum Theater on Friday evening with activist groups NextGen America and MoveOn to speak about salient election issues and the importance of voting in the 2022 midterm election.
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Gov. Evers supports school funding, abortion rights, legal marijuana in speech to UW-Madison students
Gov. Tony Evers met with University of Wisconsin-Madison College Democrats on Tuesday evening at Colectivo Coffee on State Street to talk about his policies and hopes for the upcoming Nov. 8 gubernatorial election.