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Former chancellor Martin worked toward autonomy for UW.
Gov. Scott Walker unveiled a proposal Thursday to decrease property taxes using the state's surplus revenue.
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Justice Pat Roggensack was re-elected to the state Supreme Court Tuesday. She will now serve another 10-year term.
Thousands of protestors gathered in the Capitol in February 2011 to protest changes to collective bargaining rights.
Demonstrators gathered in the Capitol to protest the controversial Act 10 legislation in spring of 2011, which limited state workers’ rights to collective bargaining.
Demonstrators gathered in the Capitol to protest the controversial Act 10 legislation in spring of 2011, which limited state workers’ rights to collective bargaining. The legislation is currently being challenged in court.
Student tickets for the 2013 Rose Bowl have sold much slower than in previous years.
Voters vote early in the 2010 election, which included one U.S. Senate seat and the gubernatorial race.